The head of state of chief of Kenya defence forces H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta and Chief opposition leader Raila Odinga will next week have a series of events and functions that they will be Commissioning together.
Before next week I want to let you know that, Uhuru opened a historic port in Lamu Mombasa County.
The Lamu 32,400 metres berth Lamu port will be able to handle 80,000 containers at a time.
Now, the two Political brothers will board a well rehabilitated Naivasha - kisumu train service to Kisumu where they are expected to commission various government projects.
While in Kisumu, the duo are expected to Launch various projects including the refurbished Kisumu port that was fully funded by the government.
According to Robert Alai, an ODM online strategist, President Uhuru will be launching massive 10,000 capacity Uhuru Business Park, new rail station near Kicomi, Ksh350 million Jomo Kenyatta Sports Ground, rehabilitated State Lodge among other developments.
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