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What State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed Has Revealed About President Ruto's Retreat Plans

President William Ruto was in Mombasa County for the New Years celebrations where he was seen with the First Lady of Kenya, Mama Rachel Ruto.

The President of Kenya, William Ruto has been busy with ensuring that the country heads in the right direction as per the reports that we have with us this afternoon.

A few days ago, reports emerged that President William Ruto will be meeting with the Kenya Kwanza leadership to discuss the last 100 days of their administration.

The retreat has been scheduled for later on in this first month of January 2023 as per the reports that we have with us.

This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have received from the State House Spokesperson, known as Hussein Mohamed, he has revealed the plans that President William Ruto has for the retreat.

The spokesperson has said that the retreat will be between 5th of January to 8th of January 2023 as per the reports that we have from Hussein Mohamed.

Here is the statement from Hussein Mohamed concerning the President William Ruto retreat that will be in the next few days, "President William Ruto is to host a retreat that will be featuring senior ranks of the Executive who include the Cabinet, Presidential Advisors as well as Principal Secretaries.

The retreat is scheduled to be between the 5th to the 8th of January will crystallize the implementation programme of the Administration’s Plan which is for the Year 2023."

What are your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article concerning what the State House Spokesperson has said.

Picture courtesy. President William Ruto with Hussein Muhammad, who is the State House Spokesperson.

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