On Sunday , the president of the republic Dr William Samoei Ruto made a public visit to Nyanza regions. President Ruto's bublic toor to Nyanza was located at Homabay town where he was received warmly by most of the azimio politicians. The president later on after church services at AIC addressed the Homabay residents before embarking on a return journey.
Details has emerged early this morning as on vocal politician critizese president Ruto, saying why Ruto made this public visit to the Homabay residents, the backyard of azimio leader Raila Amollo Odinga.
According to details, one vocal politician Dan Maanzo has stated clearly that president Ruto's visit to Odinga's backyard last Sunday accompanied by a church service at African Inland Church AIC at homa Bay town was to spite Raila Odinga.
According to Maanzo, William Samoei Ruto did not make the trip to Homabay in a good faith. What can you say about the article?
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