Today, President William Ruto formally began his two-day journey in Homa Bay, which is viewed as Raila Odinga's backyard.
The president will spend two days in the region, during which time he will participate in a meeting and the official launch of the county's affordable housing project, among other things.
On Saturday, ICT Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo is set to make his official homecoming, and Ruto is anticipated to be the guest of honor.
Governor Gladys Wanga, a longtime adversary of Ruto's, welcomed him with open arms in Homa Bay.
One of President Ruto's harshest detractors, Wanga led other politicians in heckling him while he was giving a speech in Bomas during Uhuru's rule.
Just today, President William Ruto arrived in Homabay County in style, as he was welcomed by a big crowd of people when he arrived on a military helicopter.
President Ruto spent more time with Homabay residents as he opened some special projects and assured the people of the Nyanza region that they would be doing a lot as the days continued.
Now what would you like to comment on as Ruto's tour becomes more suitable in the Nyanza region and we celebrate together with the residents and famous politicians from Nyanza?.
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