President elect Wiliam Ruto and his Nyanza region pointman Eliud Owalo. Photo courtesy.
President elect Wiliam Ruto will not punish Luo community for overwhelmingly voting for his main challenger former prime minister Raila Odinga. The assurance has been given by his Nyanza region pointman Eliud Owalo.
Owalo who coordinated Ruto's functions in Nyanza region assured that the incoming president will form an all inclusive government which will serve all Kenyans without discriminating any part irrespective of how they voted in the last general elections.
“We want to ensure that Sony, Chemelil, Muhoroni and Miwani sugar companies operate to their maximum potential in order to support thousands of people who depended on the once lucrative sector,” he said.
Owalo promised that the region's development projects will be done by Ruto's government and assured the region that many of the already ailing companies including sugar factories and cotton millers will be revived.
Owalo urged the Luo community to embrace Ruto since he now the president and constitutionally he is mandated to serve the whole country without neglecting any part.
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