The President Hon William Samoei Ruto attended an Interdenominational Sunday Thanksgiving service in Bomet County green stadium where he was welcomed by several leaders. Among the leaders who welcomed him was the area women representative Ms Linet Toto, Kericho County Senator Hon Aaron Cheruiyot and other leaders from the region.
During his address, the Senate Majority leader Hon Aaron Cheruiyot made it clear that their are plans to build an ICT center that will help to create employment opportunities to the IT literate people who are currently using their skills to engage in illegal businesses like the sim swap.
He made it clear that the ICT boss Hon Eliud Owalo is trying to initiate such projects across the country and that is why they remain optimistic.This comes a day after the President Hon William Samoei Ruto made it clear that the Kenya Kwanza Alliance government will traverse all the places in the country to help the people achieve their economic revolution.
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