In light of Eliud Owalo's recent appointment as Cabinet Secretary for ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs, Nomiya Church Head Reverend Teddy Ayoma has delivered a personal letter to the appointed CS who is also a descendant of his church. Ayoma, in an interview with the Star Newspaper reminded Owalo that he is the Luo Nation's public face and should serve with diligence if the Parliament approves his appointment.
"We, the Luo people place our faith in Owalo. Let's back him up fully so he can get his work done without interruption." Rev Ayoma said.
In addition, the cleric said that the newly appointed CS from the Luo Nation couldn't do his job without the support of the other Nyanza leaders, and he urged them to give it to him. In a similar spirit, the Reverend issued an appeal to President William Ruto, urging him to consider appointing other leaders from the Nyanza region in his administration in order to satisfy region balance in the government. If approved by the National Assembly, Eliud Owalo would succeed Joe Mucheru as the next CS for ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs.
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