The president William Ruto's tour to the Nyanza region will continue today as he is set to land at Siaya county this morning. The entire Nyanza province has been historically believed to be a stronghold of the Azimio leader, Raila Odinga and could not accord a stranger like Ruto a chance to set foot here.
Most of the political pundits have emphatically argued that the Luos might be very bitter with Ruto upon clinching top position despite controversies engulfing the recent elections. But there is a feeling among the Lakers that, they need development as the period of politics is over. It's now time to get closer to the government and focus on the future. This is probable feeling of many people.
Despite dotted appointment of their people in the ranks of the current government, the Luos still showed love and a true virtue of welcoming when visited by the president at Home Bay county yesterday.
Today, Saturday Ruto will be accompanied by the ICT cabinet secretary, Eliud Owalo to preside over the commissioning of a modern laboratory at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University. He will also distribute several bags of food and launch fish processing factory. The president will the end his busy schedule with a thanks giving party at Owalo's home in Rarieda constituency.
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