The governor of Kisumu county Prof. Peter Anyang' Nyong'o today met with a group of leaders including the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs Mr. James Cleverly of United Kingdom.
The meeting was also attended by the Head of State President William Ruto, CS for transport Prof. Kipchumba Murkomen, DP Rigathi Gachagua and Musalia Mudavadi among other dignitaries.
Alot of things were discussed during today's State House meeting. Revamping of the new Nairobi Railway City was one of the key issues discussed. Furthermore, governor Nyong'o together with UK Secretary held great talks on the KSh 30 billion United Green projects for Kisumu county.
The multimillion United Green project agenda is a great move that will change the lives of Kisumu county residents. The project will help in creating more wealth for Kisumu people. In addition, more job opportunities are going to be made available. This will tremendously change the lives of Kisumu residents.
Photo: Courtesy (Governor Nyong'o shaking hands with President Ruto at State House).
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