Homa Bay governor Gladys Wanga has met with the president of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto for the first time since after the August general elections where president William Ruto defeated the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga in the highly contested general elections.
Wanga had maintained that president William Ruto is not the head of state and that she will not recognise his leadership. But during a retreat with the Cabinet secretaries and other top government officials in Nanyuki, Gladys has recognise Ruto as president while attending the retreat with other governors.
Speaking after meeting with the president, Gladys said that the governor's in the country will continue pressuring for the increase in the revenue allocated to counties as well as a timely resources to the counties.
"Joined the Council of Governors session with the Cabinet led by HE President William Ruto in Nanyuki earlier today. As a council we continue to push for increased and timely resources for counties," the vocal governor said.
This is the first meeting between the president and the vocal homabay governor who is a close ally to the ODM boss Raila Odinga who lost in the August general elections.
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