The president of Kenya William Ruto has made a call to the Homabay County member of Parliament after visiting his Constituency without his knowledge. According to Kaluma, the president has apologized and promised to send Air Force 1 any time such issues occur.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Tuko_co_ke/status/1576592994878181376?s=20&t=9vbCcAhUn5XYaxo1ReMkLw
President Ruto visited Homabay County today but the member of Parliament and the area governor were nowhere to be seen. Seemingly, president Ruto has apologized promising to visit the region in future with elected leaders.
Most Homabay leaders didn't show up to Ruto's meetings clearly shocking most Kenyans. The president was obviously in Homabay for church service but the leaders ought to have been there to speak of the issues affecting the region.
President Ruto has affirmed of his commitment to serve all regions in the country including Nyanza region that supported Raila Odinga. The president of Kenya William Ruto is committed to serving the people through their elected leaders.
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