Uhuru is required to lead the country in observing Madaraka Day at Jomo Kenyatta Stadium in Kisumu, on June 1.
In the gathering with Nyanza MPs, the President guaranteed the administrators that he will follow through on projects in progress around there.
Others are the Lake Victoria Ring Road which interfaces Busia, Siaya, Kisumu, Homa Bay and Migori areas.
"Fundamentally, we focused on improvement issues. A portion of the activities started, some are at the acquisition stage.
"The issue of financing became the dominant focal point. In outline, we talked about issue of advancement. Uhuru and Raila will talk on different angles during the Madaraka Day festivities," the MP expressed.
Nyikal, who talked in the interest of Nyanza administrators, added that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) was additionally examined at the gathering, with Uhuru and Raila guaranteeing them that the undertaking was on course regardless of the High Court pronouncing it invalid and void.
Wellbeing CS Mutahi Kagwe repeated the very, adding that the joining between the President and his handshake accomplice was unblemished.
"On issue of wellbeing, we ought to know that the festivals will be seen under severe measures. I'm approaching everybody to wash hands, clean, wear covers and keep up friendly distance.
"The security of our kin is vital. We ought not celebrate to the expense of losing our kin. We would prefer not to cause any frenzy yet underscore the need to stick to the actions specified," Kagwe asked, expressing that the service was watching out for the dangerous Indian variation revealed in the country.
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