Today President Dr. William Ruto attended a church service in Homa Bay county. The service was held at Africa Inland Church Homa Bay town, Homa Bay county. Several elected leaders were in attendance but at a glance several top leaders aligned to Hon. Raila Odinga were no present. Some of the leaders the likes of Homa Bay governor Hon Gladys Wanga and Homa Bay town Member of Parliament Hon. Peter Kaluma gave apologies for not turning up.
Homa Bay town lawmaker said he lacked means and was not informed that the President would visit his constituency. According to Peter Kaluma;
“Just got information that President
@WilliamsRuto will be in Homa Bay today. Welcome. I’m unable to be with you due to lack of means. Let there be better coordination in future so that the MP whose Constituency you’re visiting has information and is available to receive you.”
Homa Bay governor Gladys Wanga gave an official statement as to why she cannot attend the church service with the President. She stated
HE The President Dr William Ruto is today 2nd October 2022 scheduled to visit Homa Bay Town to worship with us at the AIC Church. I wish to extend a warm welcome to The President on behalf of the great people of Homa Bay and request him to feel at home.
I am however out of the county on official duty and will therefore be unable to join HE for the church service and have communicated the same to His Excellency.
The people of Homa Bay have a culture of great hospitality and will warmly receive The President as he visits to pray with us.
H.E. Gladys Wanga
In his address, President William Ruto said he is going to work with all leaders elected. President Ruto said “The competition is now over, and this hustler was elected as the President of Kenya. You have my commitment that I am going to work with all the leaders who you have elected.”
Also, the President touched on a number of issues including the CBC. He said that he is going to work on way around the CBC to reduce the burden the parents are currently going through. The President said “On CBC I hear the parents are doing homework till 2am in the morning and women complain wondering what tine will other things be done. We will reduce the homework done by parents.”