Siaya's senator James Orengo who's as well a close ally of Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition leader Raila Odinga has resurfaced online few hours after President William Ruto's visit in one of the Odinga's stronghold.
It should be noted that Kenya Kwanza's government via Ruto has pledged to work with every elected leader in Homabay in an attempt for the well being of kenyans.
However speaking vis his official twitter handle, lawyer James Orengo has shared a Bible verse having quoted Phillipians 4:6-7.
" Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition with thanksgivings, present your request to God. And the price of God which transcends all understanding will guard your heart and your mind in Jesus Christ", he wrote.
It's apparently evident that Orengo's message is a pledge for all kenyans and leaders to present their problems to God.
Meanwhile following William Ruto's visit to Homabay, we will be waiting to hear from Azimio la Umoja's allies who are meant to keep Kenya Kwanza's government in check.
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