Nyanza Professionals: Ruto has Nyanza at heart

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A group calling itself Nyanza professionals now claim that President William Ruto has Nyanza region at heart.

This follows the cabinet and Principal Secretaries appointments recently made by the president.

In the appointments, former Raila Odinga ally Eliud Owalo from Siaya County was appointed Cabinet Secretary for ICT.

Dr Raymond Omollo from Homa Bay County was appointed the Principal Secretary for State Department for Interior and National Administration.

By these appointments, the President has demonstrated that Homa Bay County is close to his heart

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President Ruto also appointed Alfred K’Ombundo from Kisumu County as the PS for trade and Joseph Mutari from Migori County as the PS for State Department for Social Protection.

In an address to the press, the professionals who included mostly former elected leaders said the President’s move was a show of his desire to work with the region.

“By these appointments, the President has demonstrated that Homa Bay County is close to his heart,” read the statement.

They are certain that the promises the Head of State made would be fulfilled and that the growth of the counties will be visible in the new government.

President Ruto made a pledge to complete the Homa Bay Water and Sewage System project together with construction of the 5, 000 affordable housing .

He also pledged to complete the Kabok Junction and Adiedo road construction among many other projects.

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