President Uhuru Kenyatta during his past visit to Kisumu County. Photo/courtesy.
Residents of Kisumu County have gathered in large numbers at Miwani Area to wait for the arrival of President Uhuru Kenyatta, who is set to commission several development projects which has been built by his Jubilee government regime in the last 5 years.
According to a video which has been shared by Citizen television of Facebook, a huge crowd of Kisumu county residents at Miwani Area seen singing and dancing as they beat drums along the railway line preparing to welcome President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The President is set to tour Kisumu and other neighbouring counties of Nyanza and Western to open several development projects in the regions, which have been implemented under his last five years term which comes to an end next week. According to a report by Citizen Television, the Head of State will spend two days in Nyanza and Western opening the completed Jubilee government projects.
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