Photo Courtesy; Boni Kwalwale, Fernandez Baraza, President William Ruto, Rigathi Gachagua and Malulu Injendi.
News just in indicates that ODM Governor has been spotted at the Statehouse today as he reveals key details of his meeting with President William Ruto.
Kakamega County Governor Fernandez Baraza has today visited the statehouse as he reveals that President William Ruto is expected to visit Kakamega County this week.
Among the leaders who were present at this meeting included Kakamega County Senator Boni Kwalwale, Malava Member of Parliament Malulu Injendi. Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua was also present during the high profile meeting.
"Accompanied by Senator Boni Kwalwale and Malava Member of Parliament Hon Malulu Injendi, we met President William Ruto and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua igathi at State House, Nairobi ahead of the President's working visit to Kakamega County this week." Fernandez Baraza said.
Fernandez Baraza triumphed over Cleopas Malala in the last general elections who stood with ANC party, a party within Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
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