Kisumu county governor Anyang Nyong'o has now break silence after his meeting with President William Ruto at the statehouse.
Taking to his Twitter account on Wednesday night,the firebrand Orange Democratic Movement party county boss has divulged details of the meeting.
According to Anyang Nyong'o, his reason for visiting Statehouse was to discuss the United Green project that will be a Multi-Billion project.
"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,"said Anyang Nyong'o.
The timing of the revelations by Anyang Nyong'o comes even with as his Azimio la Umoja counterparts were having a conversation at Kamukunji on the status of the country.
Kenyans have continue reacting to the report. Some lauded while others criticized the Azimio governor.
On the other part, Raila Odinga who spoke in the meeting maintained that he is ready to take on Hustler Nation government.
"The consultations are also about the IEBC, which is being cannibalised, the consequences of which shall be grim. We will, therefore, be gathering to discuss the general state of affairs of our nation and the direction the regime is taking,"Raila said.
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