Caleb Amisi, a Saboti Member of Parliament, has urged Nyanza residents to turn out in force to welcome President William Ruto, who will tour the area starting on Friday, January 13.
The ODM MP urged the locals to support development initiatives notwithstanding their political allegiances in a statement on Thursday, January 12.
"Dear Nyanza people, William Ruto is coming tomorrow. Give him credit for drawing the largest throng seen since Idd Amin Dada's passing. As of 2027, he is our president. Additionally, voting trends and a country's progress are not identical twins, Amisi remarked.
His comments came after those of former Nairobi governor Evans Kidero, who on January 11 urged Homa Bay locals to gather in force to welcome the Head of State to the county.
Additionally, Kidero counseled the villagers to support the Kenya Kwanza administration in order to aid in development efforts.
"I humbly ask the people of Homa Bay to show up in big numbers once more to welcome and greet the President in Homa Bay County. His visit has major implications for Homa Bay and the entire Nyanza Region since it opens the channels and taps for the rapid development we so desperately need "Added Kidero.
The community has to recognize the President's generous gesture and join other Kenyans in working with the government to speed up development, the speaker continued.
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