Political analyst Prof Mutahi Ngunyi has reacted to President William Ruto's two-day working tour to the Nyanza region.
President Ruto concluded his two-day visit to Nyanza on Saturday after visiting several counties and launching several projects and attending a series of meeting with the leaders from the region.
The President's top critic Mutahi Ngunyi has suggested Ruto could be the leader who is going to unite the country.
According to Prof Mutahi Ngunyi, the reception that President Ruto received from the region that did not vote for him tells a lot.
Even though not sure of his opinion, Mutahi believes Ruto could be one to unify the country and put every region on the same page
"MAYBE, just maybe, Ruto is the man who will UNIFY the country. His reception in NYANZA, the enemy territory is TELLING. And MAYBE I am wrong. But from what I am seeing, I do not CHOOSE to be RIGHT. At least for NOW," he opined.
Several Nyanza regions received the President with open arms, starting from governors, senators and MPs.
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