Kisii governor Simba Arati now claims that the region is ready and willing to work and support the administration of president William Ruto if he agrees to lower the cost of living, the electricity prices, cost of fuel among other key issues that are currently making life difficult for the people of Kenya.
"We as a region has agreed to support the administration of Kenya Kwanza but President William Ruto must also agree to address the current issues that are silentlg killing the people of Kenya among other electricity bills, fuel, cost of living among others," he said.
Speaking in Migori county during the 11th LREB Summit that has been attended by key governors including Ochillo Ayacko of Migori, Ferdinand Barasa if Kakamega among other governors, the vocal politician has maintained that the will support the Azimio rallies untill Ruto heed to their demands.
"He needs to come out and address our demands before Monday or else we will take to the streets of Nairobi among other major towns to force him to address us," he said.
His statement comes just a day after details emerges that he together with Education Minister Ezekiel Machogu stricked a deal with Matiangi that he will support the government of the day.
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