Ahead of the forthcoming general election slated to be conducted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), lots of strategy meetings are taking place to plan for the face off at the ballot.
Leaders eyeing elective positions are currently holding meetings with other influential politicians to get to the voters and to get support from the grassroots.
The legislator met Hon Eliud Owalo who paid him a courtesy call at his advocate's office to discuss matters of national interest ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election.
Speaking after the meeting with Hon Owalo, Osoro revealed that the meeting was meant to plan for the betterment of Deputy President William Ruto's Hustler Nation camp.
"Hon Eliud Owalo paid me a visit in my chambers today(O.O.M ADVOCATES).We had some catch-up to do and great project planning for the betterment of the hustler nation in general.Karibu tena kaka," Hon Silvanus Osoro said after the meeting.
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