Siaya Governor HE James Orengo has thanked president William Ruto after pledging to send additional 20 tractors to Siaya towards the county’s cheap tractor services.
According to him president William Ruto's government will also increase funding for a bigger rice mill in Alego.
"I thank President Ruto for pledging to send additional 20 tractors to Siaya towards the county’s cheap tractor services. The national government will also increase funding for a bigger rice mill in Alego". Said Hon. James Orengo Siaya Governor.
President William Ruto received huge support during his two days tour in Raila Odinga's Stronghold. A section of Kenyans believe that Raila Odinga's Stronghold might support the fifth president of the republic of Kenya William Ruto in 2027 if Raila Odinga will not be on the ballot.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if president William Ruto will fulfill his promise or not.
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