President William Ruto should expect certain things when he visits Raila Odinga's Luo Nyanza backyard starting this Friday, according to Homa Bay Town member of parliament George Peter Kaluma.
The Head of State did not have much fun during his campaigns in the area, which has come to be seen as a bastion of the late Prime Minister Raila Odinga over the years.
With George Kaluma, a close associate of Raila Odinga, announcing that President Ruto would have a warm welcome, things may change for him now that he is the Commander in Chief.
While taking to his Twitter account, Kaluma has revealed that Luo Nyanza-based leaders will be receiving the Head of State and presenting the needs and concerns of the people.
According to Kaluma, some of the issues Ruto would have to address would the completion of the Kabunde Airstrip and the Infrastructure funding and land extension for the Tom Mboya University among other concerns.
Kaluma further lashed out at journalists who have been calling him over the matter and urged them to channel their energy toward matters of national interest.
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