Majority leader Kimani Ichungwa has today caused laughter as he alleges why he did not accompany president William Ruto to his two days visit to the lake side region starting Friday of this week where he was in Homa Bay county and Saturday where he was in Siaya county.
"Your Excellency pole Santa. I did not go to nyanza region because I thought they will stone you the way they have been doing in the past. But I realize I way wrong becuase the region has woken up," the vocal politician said.
"Next time I will be the first to go to nyanza because the region is now practicing mature politics something that is loved by everybody in the country," Kimani Ichungwa added.
Ichungwa who was speaking in Bomet county during an interdenominational church service said it's time for the who country to wake up and embrace the leadership of president William Ruto so that the president can equally distribute resources to all parts of the country.
He added that it's now the work of the president who is the symbol of national unity to move round the country and unite the country after the highly contested august polls in the country which Ruto won.
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