President William Ruto's visit to Nyanza has attracted a lot of attention from leaders across the country. This is the first official visit of the president to Nyanza since the August elections last year. Many people thought that he would be rejected but after seeing how he was treated people have been left talking.
Hon Kivutha Kibwana, the former governor for Makueni county has come out to send a message to all Ukambani leaders asking them to embrace president William Ruto as the president. He said that Gladys Wanga, Anyang Nyong'o and other leaders have accepted him and they too should follow in the same footsteps.
"HE @gladyswanga, HE @AnyangNyongo and Nyanza leaders are embracing @WilliamsRuto for development post- elections. The President has been engaging, among others, Western, Coast, North Eastern regions. @JuliusMMalombe @Wavinya_Ndeti @SenMutula let's engage for Community's sake." Kibwana said on his social media platforms.
Ukambani is one of the regions that are strongly behind former prime minister Raila Odinga. They have not been able to accept Ruto as the president but it seems they will soon have to in order to support their people. What do you think about Kivutha Kibwana's advise to Ukambani leaders? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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