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New Details Emerge On What Ruto Promised Nyanza Residents For Electing Him During Church Service

President William Ruto thanked Homa Bay residents and the Nyanza region in general for voting for him in the August elections on Sunday.

Speaking after a church service at Africa Inland Church in Homa Bay Town, Ruto stated that he is ready to work with all elected leaders to transform the county.

"We will collaborate with all leaders to transform Homa Bay. We will collaborate so that we can serve you, the people who elected us "He stated.

He stated that he will work to keep the promises he made during the campaigns.

"I want to assure you that the commitment I made to the people of Homa Bay when I came here for our economic forum, that commitment, I am going to work with all elected leaders in Homa Bay and across the country so that we can transform our country on the basis we have agreed upon," he said.

The president went on to say that the time for competition is over and that people should focus on improving the country.

"We must move forward and see what changes we can make for our country. That is possible if we band together and recognize that we are no longer in competition "He stated.

Ruto's visit to Homa Bay county on Sunday was his first since being elected.

However, Homa Bay Governor Gladys Wanga and Homa Bay Town MP George Peter Kaluma did not attend the church service with Ruto.

Wanga said in a statement on Sunday that she is currently out of the country, which is why she will be absent.

"On behalf of the great people of Homa Bay, I would like to extend a warm welcome to the president and invite him to make himself at home. I am, however, out of the country on official business and will be unable to accompany him to the church service "she stated

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