The Kakamega County Senator Hon Bon. Khalwale and the area governor Hon Fernandes Barasa have been showing their differences in public after they held a joint meeting with the Kenya head of state Hon William Samoei Ruto that took place at Statehouse, Nairobi County.
The vocal Senator made it clear that the Kakamega County Governor Hon Fernandes Barasa didn't recognize him after the meeting that geared his vision on development agendas and that is why he questioned him over what was taking place. He made it clear that they will resolve their political differences and gear development to the county.
He said that the country have been working towards an outlined economic recovery and that is why they need to embrace unity towards a common goal. He urged the leaders to preach peace instead of showcasing their political supremacy in public that creates major differences. He urged both Kenya Kwanza coalition team and Azimio One Kenya Alliance Coalition team to embrace harmony.
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