President William Ruto will be touring one of Raila Odinga's political bedrooms on Sunday.
It has been reported the President will be in Homa Bay where he will be attending a church service
Citizen TV senior reporter Seth Olale took to social media and revealed part of the President's Sunday plan
"His Excellency President @WilliamsRuto will be attending AIC Church in Homabay town, Sunday," the reporter noted
It remains unclear whether the President will be on other economic and development missions in the region or just a Sunday service alone
Homa Bay is one of the counties where ODM leader Raila Odinga enjoys almost total support when it comes to politics, and for that reason, the county has been in opposition for many years.
Sources reveal that the county is also not much developed as compared to other counties that have repeated much from the devolution.
With President starting to visit such counties, Kenyans from those regions stand a better chance of enjoying the fruits of their nation or rather the quality share of the national cake.
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