Today, the president of this country Dr William Samoe Ruto together with his deputy hon Rigathi Gachagua visited Nyanza region. The two leaders started their visit in Homa Bay county where they received a warm reception from the leaders from the entire Nyanza region lead by governor Gladys Wanga, hon John Mbadi, hon Millie Odhiambo, Hon Raymond Omollo among other leaders.
It was during this visit when the head of state brought Homa Bay town to a standstill. As seen from the photos that has be shared online, Ruto filled the streets of Homa Bay town where thousands of people turned up to welcome him. From these photos, people could be seen carrying banners with welcoming messages to Ruto.
This is very contrary to the past where Dr William Ruto used to receive a low turn up whenever he visited the region. This is a clear indication that the people of Homa Bay were happy about his visit. Now, do you think that the ground is slowly shifting to Ruto's side in the Nyanza region? Drop your view.
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