President William Samoei Ruto started his two today tour in Nyanza region.
It should be remembered that Nyanza region is the home to the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga whom Ruto competed with the August 9 2022 presidential election.
The region has also been a stronghold of Odinga for many years.
Good news is that the people and particularly politicians allied to Raila Odinga have put aside politics. This is after a larger percentage of Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement party joined hands and welcomed President Ruto warmly.
Those ODM politicians who received President Ruto At Tom Mboya University in Homa Bay Town, include Governor Gladys Wanga who presented Homa Bay’s development plan that focusses on healthcare, housing, road infrastructure and trade, especially in relation to fishing.
Other leaders were Migori Governor Ochilo Ayacko, Senator Moses Kajwang’, Millie Odhiambo (Suba North), John Mbadi (Nominated), Caroli Omondi (Suba South), Joyce Atieno (Woman Rep.), Lilian Gogo (Rangwe), among others.
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