President William Ruto is now set to tour western Kenya counties where he is expected to lead a section of Kenya Kwanza leaders in touring Trans Nzoia county just days after touring Homa Bay, Kisumu and Siaya counties in the neibouring Nyanza region last week where he received a warm welcome from Raila's backyard.
According to the information shared by Trans Nzoia county governor George Natembeya, the president is expected to tour Trans Nzoia county to launch subsidized fertilisers to western Kenya region farmers who are preparing for the plantinv session along other key activities in the region.
"Honored to chair first Trans Nzoia county leaders meeting a head of H.E President William Samoei Ruto visit to launch subsidize fertilizers to cushion farmers as they prepare planting session," he posted.
The president is also expected to launch several development programs in the county during his visit where he is expected to be accompanied by key leaders including Super CS Musalia Mudavadi, national assembly speaker Moses Wetangula among other key leaders.
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