It is expected that President Dr. William Samoei Ruto would go around the Nyanza region on Sunday. It is expected that the head of state would arrive at the county of Homa Bay, where he will take part in a church service with the inhabitants.
Reliable indications suggest that President William Ruto would attend a church service tomorrow at the AIC Church in Homa Bay Town. This church is situated quite close to Tom Mboya University, thus it is convenient for the President to attend. He is going to bring along not just his closest friends but also other people who are local to the region.
William Ruto, the current Vice President of Kenya, used to spend his Sundays campaigning for various political offices by traveling the length and width of the country to attend church services with Kenyans. During the course of his trips around the country, Additionally, President Ruto has been making monetary donations towards the building of churches all across the nation.
A few days before to this, his Deputy, the Honorable Rigathi Gachagua, also visited Kisumu county, where he presided over the service during the Music Festival. This event took place a few days following that visit. The governor of Kisumu, Anyang Nyongo, was there to provide a warm greeting to him.
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