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ICT CS, Owalo Names 4 Crucial Matters Homa Bay Government Looks Forward to Discuss With Ruto

After President William Ruto made a magnificent worship visit at Homa Bay county today on Sunday, a number of leaders were able to share their opinions and thoughts following his caprice move to come to the area which is known for being one of Hon Raila Odinga's strongholds.

Among those who got the opportunity to speak out their thoughts during the African Inland Church session in Homa Bay Includes, Information Communications and Technology cabinet secretary nominee, Eliud Owalo.

While exuding his confidence, Owalo made it known that Ruto's magnificent triumph in presidency after the August polls would be life changing as well as the country's turning point.

Apparently, he has thanked him for the early visit while assuring him that the people of Homa Bay as well as the whole of Nyanza region will perceive his visit in a positive perspective.

"I want to thank President William Ruto for changing the political discourse in this country, from politics which is based around rhetoric, tribes and individuals, to politics which is anchored on issues touching on the common mwananchi. And I verily believe that the August 9 2022 General Election is going to be the turning point of this country," Owalo said

Consequently, the flamboyant leader was able to reveal four crucial matters the county government of Homa Bay county would like to discuss him ahead of his reign.

Following this, he has highlighted the county's fishing, job opportunities, cotton farming and trading businesses as their top priorities.

"We want to discuss with you about our fishing, we want to discuss with you about our cotton, we want to discuss with you about trade for women and opportunities for the youth," he added.

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