President William Ruto together with his deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and other top government leaders are on an official tour in Nyanza region that is known to be a political stronghold for opposition leader Raila Odinga.
While in Nyanza region, President Ruto was welcomed by leaders from the region led by Homa Bay governor Gladys Wanga and his Migori counterpart Achilo Oyako.
It has been noticed that a few leaders led by Otiende Amollo and Peter Kaluma are missing in action.
This evening, Rarieda MP Hon Amollo Otiende has revealed that he's away on official duties that's why he's not attending president Ruto's tour to Siaya but he has welcomed him.
Through his official Twitter account, the lawmaker has said, "While away on official duties, we welcome the visit of president William Ruto to Asembo, Rarieda for CS Eliud Owalo's thanksgiving. As elected leaders, we look forward to continued structured & constructive engagement with the executive."
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