President William Ruto chatting with his former top critic MP Millie Odhiambo during his official working tour visit in Homabay County. Photo courtesy.
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta's top ally and former Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu, has listed down 4 lessons which Mount Kenya Region leaders have learnt from their Nyanza Region counterparts during the official working tour of the president in the lakeside region.
In his latest message on Facebook today, Wambugu has listed four lessons which he thinks that Mount Kenya leaders and residents have learnt from their Nyanza Region counterparts. He has argued that Nyanza has taught them how to strategically mobilize, lobby and communicate with the national government for developments.
They have also taught them about the unity of purpose how it looks like, since they all united to welcome the president as he went to deliver bags of goodies to them. They have taught the mountain and whole country how to move forward after a hotly contested election like 2022 polls, and the challenges on Mount Kenya Region leadership ahead of the next general elections. He added that Kenyans have also learned about the president's philosophy at work.
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