Photo courtesy is used to report the news courtesy of President William Ruto and Millie Odhiambo Sharing light moments.
The Suba North Member of Parliament, Millie Odhiambo, has broken his silence short moments after President Ruto visited Homabay county yesterday. President William Ruto visited the region on a development agenda where he launched some projects.
Among the project launched yesterday including; the affordable housing project, opened the soko Mjinga market, visited the pier and also graced a football match at Homa Bay boys highschool. He also held a meeting with the local elected leaders.
Millie Odhiambo thanked President William Ruto for his visit at Homabay county. She also added that President William Ruto also agreed to support some of the development projects within the County.
Among the projects the President William Ruto agreed to support include; Finalization of some roads within the county, Completion of Mbita Technical and Training Institute, Development of affordable housing among other project that President Ruto decided to support.
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