Caleb Amisi Reveals Raila Odinga's Weakness - KDRTV"/>The president of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto is slated to visit the Nyanza region, which has been traditionally Raila Amolo Odinga's political home tuff.
The official visit is schdeduled to be a two-day state function with stopovers in Homabay Counties and Siaya to initiate national government projects.
Speaking on the official presidential visit, ODM MP for support constituency Hon Caleb Amisi has shared his nuggets of wisdom with the Nyanza residents on how to carry themselves with decorum in the presence of the Head of State.
''Dear Nyanza people, tomorrow Ruto is visiting. Accord him the biggest mammoth crowd ever witnessed since the death of of Idi Amin Dada,'' he tweeted.
He has also informed the Nyanza region residents that all in all Dr Ruto is their president up to another presidential election which is constitutionally slated to be held in 2027.
''He is our president until 2027. Voting patterns and the development of a nation are not siamese twins,'' he added.
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