President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto is working hard as he tries to woo those regions that did not vote for him. One of the regions being the Ukambani region which overwhelmingly vote for the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Movement presidential flag bearer Hon Raila Amolo Odinga and many Wiper Kenya Democratic Movement party politicians.
The United Democratic Alliance party of Kenya National chairman Johnson Muthama has broken his silence as he revealed the leaders from Ukambani who joined president William Samoei Arap Ruto during his tour in the region today. According to his latest post, Hon Johnson Muthama revealed that cabinet secretary of Lands and Housing CS Zakariah Njeru, Wavinya Ndeti, Julius Malombe, Mavoko MP Patrick Makau, among other leaders were in attendance when the president commissioned the Mavoko Affordable Housing Project in Katani.
"Joined the president @WilliamsRuto during the Commissioning of Mavoko Affordable Housing Project in Katani. In attendance was cabinet secretary of Lands and Housing CS Zakariah Njeru, Wavinya Ndeti, Julius Malombe, Mavoko MP Patrick Makau, among other leaders." Tweeted by UDA chairman Johnson Muthama
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