President William Ruto has shown that he will not tire from wooing regions where he did not get many votes. The Head of State has been starting projects in regions where he did not get big support and it is now Kisumu’s turn.
Mining CS Salim Mvurya has revealed that the government is going to give Ksh 2.5billion grant to Kabonyo Kanyagwal fisheries. The money is expected to help in doing aquaculture research in Kisumu County. Mvurya has hinted that the money is going to be disbursed in two phases.
The first phase which is Ksh. 1 billion has already been approved by the parliament and the work is going to start immediately. The project is expected to produce 7 million fingerlings every year.
Ruto is on a charm offensive to woo regions that are seen as threats to his re-election in the 2027 general elections. Though Raila has not made I clear whether he will vie or not, Ruto is already hitting the ground running to ensure that he gets many allies as possible.
The President says his main agenda is to ensure that most parts of the country are transformed so that Kenyans can lead better lives moving forward.
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