President William Ruto is currently on an official two day working tour of Raila Odinga's Luo Nyanza political base with the tour seeing him camp at Homa Bay county earlier today.
Accompanied by a host of top government officials like deputy president Rigathi Gachagua, PS Raymond Omollo among others, Ruto was received warmly by several Nyanza leaders with few like Peter Kaluma and Otiende Amollo missing in action.
And now, in a statement on social media, MP Amollo says that he has missed the visit by the head of state because he is currently away on official duties. He, however, welcomed the president to his backyard for the homecoming ceremony of CS Eliud Owalo.
He underscored the need for leaders to work with the government and especially the executive.
"While Away On Official Duties, We Welcome The Visit Of President William Ruto To Asembo and Rarieda for CS Eliud Owalo’s Thanksgiving. As Elected Leaders, We Look Forward To continued Structured and Constructive Engagement With The Executive," he said.
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