Several leaders from the Azimio movement skipped a church service President William Samoei Ruto in Homabay County. Among the leaders who were expected to be part of the meeting include the area member of parliament George Peter Kaluma and Governor Gladys Wanga.
United Democratic Alliance allied Senator for Nandi County Simon Cherargei reacted after the leaders skipped the event. Taking to his Twitter account, the senator said, "H. E Ruto is in Homabay but Luo Nyanza leaders have skipped it yet they should be there to articulate their people's development agenda. Its about time that Tinga should release these leaders to be part of Kenya in charting the future of our people".
The leaders have already cited the reason why they didn't attend the event. MP Kaluma cited lack of means of transport. Many Netizens reacted to the post with mixed views. Here are some of their comments. Link: https://twitter.com/scherargei/status/1576511831057010693?t=NCyEtA2Z42cbry3H9qqkJw&s=19
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