Ruto's powerful cabinet secretary Hon Mithika Linturi has held a consultation meeting with Siaya county governor James Orengo ahead of president Ruto's visit in his backyard.
According to the governor and Raila's close ally on twitter, he has said that he held a meeting with senior staff of the ministry of agriculture led by cabinet secretary Mithika Linturi in Nairobi where the national government announced a shs 4 billion rice production programme with Siaya earmarked among the counties to benefit from it.
"Held a meeting with senior staff of the Ministry of Agriculture led by Cabinet Secretary Mithika Linturi in Nairobi where the national government announced a Shs 4 billion rice production programme with Siaya earmarked among the counties to benefit from it." He stated
This comes after the first in command is set to join the ICT cabinet secretary Eluid Owalo on 14th to celebrate homecoming of the senior official after his nomination to the national government in Raila's backyard. At the same time the former prime minister Raila Odinga had already given governors from his political divide to work closely with the president to ensure they deliver to kenyans.
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