DP Ruto camps in Kwale as the residents flock his rally
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The deputy president William Ruto in the company of Members of parliament from different constituencies had on to Thursday the 4th of February visited Kwale county to open development projects and oversee a fundraising ceremony for the construction of s church.
The Deputy President H.E. Dr. William Ruto was hosted by Lunga Lunga member of parliament Hon. Khatib Abdalla Mwashetani at Mwangulu Shopping Centre, Lunga Lunga Constituency, Kwale County. The deputy president has promised the residents of more development in the region as he plan another visit in the county.
Ruto also officiated the opening of the Mwangulu Police Station and Mwereni Chief's Office which was financed by the Lunga Lunga NG-CDF in Kwale County. Through the "oath" initiated by Nyali member of parliament hon Mohammed Ali, the residents vowed to walk with the deputy president in his journey of uplifting the hustlers in the society. The DP urged the residents to take their children to the recently opened technical training so that their children may be empowered.
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