Professor Alfred Omenya has reacted through his official twitter page after president William Ruto's two days tour in Nyanza region.
According to him competition is not enemity, that we all love our country despite our political association.
"Competition is not enemity. We love our country. Today the leaders of Siaya led by Governor HE James Orengo + Senator Dr. Oburu Odinga welcomed the President HE Dr. Ruto home. Homabay leaders did the sane yesterday. Luo Nyanza supports Kenya Goverment devt agenda. "Umoja ni nguvu". Said professor Alfred Omenya.
It was an amazing week of Kenyan politics, leaders talking development language from across political divide.If there were backroom meetings preceding the head of state's visit.I suspect the one with UK ambassador who had met both H.E Raila and DP Rigathi a few days earlier.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if president William Ruto will fulfill his promise to Nyanza region or not.
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