DP Gachagua meets Kisii and Nyamira leaders at Harambee House
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has hosted leaders from Kisii and Nyamira Counties at Harambee House Annex, for consultation on the region’s development agenda.
The meeting, which took place on Monday, was also attended by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu. The leaders included MPs from various parties such as Jubilee, ODM, Wiper, UDA and UPA.
Deputy President Gachagua said the Kenya Kwanza Administration is for inclusivity and will strive to always work with all leaders no matter their political affiliation.
“In line with this commitment on Monday, accompanied by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, I hosted leaders from Kisii and Nyamira Counties at Harambee House Annex, for consultation on the region’s development agenda,” Gachagua said.
He said President William Ruto has opened the door for those ready to work with the Administration because his sole interest is to ensure development in every part of the country.
The leaders expressed their support for the government and thanked Deputy President Gachagua for involving them in the development process. They said they were ready to cooperate with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Deputy President Gachagua, who was elected as President Ruto’s running mate on August 9 has been accompanying President Ruto in his regional tours since his inauguration.
He has also been playing a key role in coordinating government affairs and implementing projects across the country.
Present were Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, National Assembly Majority Whip Sylvanus Osoro, MPs Innocent Obiri (Bobasi, Wiper), Steve Mogaka (West Mugirango, Jubilee), Patrick Osero (Borabu, ODM), Charles Onchoke (Bonchari, UPA), Daniel Manduku (Nyaribari Masaba, ODM), Anthony Kibagendi (Kitutu Chache South) and Jerusha Momanyi (Nyamira County MP, Jubilee).
Others were Doris Donya (Kisii County MP, Wiper), Alfa Miruka (Bomachoge Chache, UDA), Japhet Nyakundi (Kitutu Chache North, UDA), Joash Nyamoko (North Mugirango, UDA) Essy Okenyuri (Nominated Senator, UDA) and Gloria Orwoba (Nominated Senator, UDA).