The President of the Republic of Kenya HE Dr William Ruto yesterday visited Homa Bay County for the first time since his auguration. The president was attending church service at the Homa Bay African Inland Church (AIC).
As learned by Standard Media, despite the President promising the residents a lot of goodies in the county, he visited the region as a unifying factor and to show his stature and symbol of national unity.
“I want to thank you for electing us. I want to assure you that I will work with all leaders who were elected,” said Ruto. “I want the people of Homa Bay and Nyanza as a whole to understand this government is theirs. I am going to serve you and ensure that this region is not left behind when other regions are developing,” Ruto said.
He promised that His government will complete projects in the region and will revive key sectors that are on their knees.
Amongst the stalled are the cotton sub-sector, roads and water plus the fishing industry. The President pledged to work with Nyanza and that no region across the country will be left behind.
His Excellency also said he will ensure that Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta are taken care of and that He will ensure the two leaders live well as senior citizens of this country.
“Uhuru and Raila are senior citizens who must be respected for serving this country,” Ruto said
Click the following link to watch the video of the President addressing residents of Homa Bay County https://youtu.be/Dc2ohi0JHEk
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