The incumbent Head of State President William Ruto kicked off a three day development tour in Raila Odinga's bed room whereby leaders in Nyanza came out in big numbers to welcome him.
The Head of State was accorded a warm welcome as Azimio leaders including Gladys Wanga, Governor Ochilo Ayacko, Senator Moses Kajwang’, Jared Okello (Nyando), Walter Owino (Awendo), former Governor Jack Ranguma (Kisumu), Okoth Obado (Migori), Evans Kidero (Nairobi) and Homa Bay's Atieno Awiti.
Despite being Raila Odinga's biggest arch rival in the 9th August polls, the president is now working around to clock to launch several development projects in the lake region. According to various photos of today's tour, Ruto was warmly welcomed as Kenyans thronged the streets to listen to his speech.
On a closer look, Ruto's presidential motorcade was heavily guarded by a tight security detail hence he is the country's top leader and Commander In Chief. The Nyanza leaders also presented to Ruto a number of development projects they wish to be executed by the president.
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