A popular Cabinet Secretary has erected a huge billboard to welcome President William Ruto to the Nyanza region.
ICT Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo has erected a huge welcome billboard for his boss, President Ruto, who is set to tour the Nyanza region on Friday, 13 January 2023.
President Ruto will be visiting Homa Bay County where he is scheduled to launch government projects. According to sources, he is going to commission the construction of affordable houses for the people of Homa Bay.
Apart from the CS, other leaders have also penned down messages, particularly on social media, welcoming the President.
Former Nairobi County boss Evans Kidero used social media to welcome Ruto to the Nyanza region. Kidero urged Homa Bay residents to come out in huge numbers and receive the President, just like the last time when he visited the region.
Homa Bay County governor Gladys Wanga is also expected to be around on Friday and welcome Ruto. The last time Ruto toured the region Wanga was not around.
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