Nyanza Region leaders led by Former Migori County Gov Hon Obado, CS Eliud Owalo alongside other have today expressed their willingness to welcome President William Ruto to Nyanza Region where he is scheduled to Visit for a period of 4 Days from Friday to Monday.
According to the reports hitting news airwaves, news has it that the head of state is expected to land in Siaya on Friday where he will attend a burial ceremony of one of his friends before addressing roadside rallies and thereafter proceed to Kisumu State lodge. Also, the reports indicates the head of state will on the sartuday launch and inspect ongoing National Projects in the Area.But with President William Ruto's Visit to Nyanza a region perceived to Be Raila's bedroom coming at a time when a number of Leaders have expressed interests in working with the Government of the Day, it remains to he seen whether the likes of Ex-Governor Evans Kidero will attend the Rallies.
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