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Siaya County Chief Officer in charge of Administration Mr. Walter Okello on Friday afternoon presided over the Kenyatta University Students Association (KUSA) Awards 2024 as the Chief Guest.

On the sidelines of the event Mr. Okello interacted with the Kenyatta University Chapter of Siaya College & University Students Association (SICOCUSA).

A visibly enthralled Walter Okello thereafter posted on his social media pages: “Nostalgic moments of our Comradeship days! Comrades riaaah!”.

Hon. Walter Okelo, the Chief Officer Administration, Governance and ICT Siaya County Government was privileged to grace the 2024 Kenyatta University Student Association (KUSA) Awards at the KU Amphitheater. 


One month ago Mr. Okello presided over a similar event at Kisii University, where he honoured the invitation of the Vice-Chancellor to be the Chief Guest during the institution’s Annual Cultural Week, that had the participation of  over 23,000 students at Kisii University.

The CO gave a keynote address to the 4000 comrades at Kenyatta and awarded very unique impactful categories of students with trophies, certificates and Cash prizes.

Of importance, the overworking CO also had a special engagement with the SICOCUSA Members in KU(Siaya County Students in Kenyatta University) through Walter Okelo Mentorship Program. 

He motivated these budding fellas on matters Youths’ Space in the Competitive world.

It was indeed a momentous occasion full of thrills, joy and a lot of humor.

Mr. Walter Okello is among the youthful executives in Governor Orengo’s admininistration whose impact is always felt.

Walter joined elective politics in 2013 when he was nominated a youth representative in the first Siaya County Assembly. In 2017 he silently rose up the ranks to become former Governor Cornell Rasanga’s Chief of Staff.

He joined Orengo’s administration as Chief Officer in the Water department before moving up to the critical administrative docket.

Although soft-spoken and preferring to operate from the sidelines, Mr. Walter Okello is one of the most influential executives in the Nyalore admininistration.

Out of his adroit planning his Walter Okello Mentorship Program is quickly gaining national traction and immediately this story was published our editorial hotline was inundated with calls from youth asking how they can connect with the Walter Okello Mentorship Program.

In other news, President Ruto had a hectic time on Saturday trying to silence a crowd which was booing Bomet Governor Hillary Barchok.

The President, while addressing a rally, called for order and restraint as he lectured the residents for booing the county boss in his presence.

Trouble started when the Head of State gave a go-ahead to Governor Barchok to address the crowd, but the residents were having none of it and instead shouted the county chief down.

President Ruto then stepped in, attempting to calm the unruly residents who continued their heckling, urging them to be patient and utilize their power at the ballot during the next election in a bid to hold non-performing leaders accountable.

“Mimi nataka niwaambie hivi…kulete mambo hii kwa mkutano mimi staki…nyinyi ndio mnapanga MCA, MP, Senator, ata huyu Governor…Nataka mtulie na mkuwe watu wa kusoma barua ikiwa ndani ya bahasha,” he said.

“Kama kuna mtu ambaye hajafanya kazi, mngojeeni siku ya uchaguzi mtamalizana na yeye. Lakini kwa sasa, tuko na mkutano, wacheni aongee.”

The incident follows a similar action just a day earlier by Kericho residents where they booed Governor Dr. Erick Mutai.

President Ruto was forced to intervene as he called for tolerance to allow the Governor to address the crowd.



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