Kisumu county governor Professor Peter Anyan'g Nyon'go today attended a high profile meeting at the State House Nairobi.Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen and Foreign And Diaspora Affairs Cabinet Secretary Dr Alfred Mutua alongside Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs of the United Kingdom Cleverly were among the atendees of the meeting
According to professor Nyong'o, he attended the meeting over a multimillion United Green project set to be established in Kisumu county.
Nyong'o later got an opportunity to share with President Wiliam Ruto and prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, this is according to photos shared by the governor.
Professor Peter Anyan'g Nyon'go having light moments with President Wiliam Ruto at the State House. Photo/Courtesy.
"Earlier today at State House together with James Cleverly, the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs of the United Kingdom where we held talks over the Ksh 30 billion, United Green project coming to Kisumu." Professor Nyongo posted shortly after the meeting.
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