As stated earlier by his spokesman David Mugonyi, he said that the deputy President William Ruto will not attend the 7th Devolution Conference in Makueni. Rather, his speech will be read by a representative.
It was clearly noted that the deputy President was expected to take his campaigns in Nyandarua after the previous day's campaign in Njoro, Nakuru. His main agenda is bring Kenyans together through the bottom up economy.
With climate change a major topic of debate in the world right now, the conference’s theme this year is ‘Multi-level Governance for Climate Action: Sub National Mobilisation in Unlocking the Full Potential of Climate Action during after pandemics.’
Besides, our beloved president, Uhuru mwigai Kenyatta was absent in that conference because he had a visit to South Africa for a state visit. Let's hope for the best for our president.
The Head of State, however, officially opened the conference via a video link from South Africa
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