United Democratic Movement party secretary general Veronica Maina has finally opened up as she speaks on the president William Ruto tour to the opposition chief Raila Odinga backyard where she claims that the opposition chief has exhibited statesmanship by leging nyanza leaders to host the president in his absence in nyanza region days after the elections.
"Raila exhibited statesmanship by letting leaders host Ruto," the vocal politician said. She said that for a long time, Raila Odinga political rivals have not been freely visiting nyanza region without intimidations and threats but fir the first time Ruto visited the region peacefully.
She also thanked nyanza residents for coming out in large numbers and welcoming the president during his two days visit to Homa Bay, Kisumu and Siaya counties in a very peaceful manner. She added that the president will balance off regional development in all parts of the country whether they voted him or not.
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