- Whistles, screams and claps were heard from the crowd, while others joined in the dance.
- On Thursday evening, the President is scheduled to hold a dinner at the Kisii State Lodge with Members of Parliament from the region.
Nyamira women are currently dancing and singing to local tunes as they await the arrival of President William Ruto in the region.
Some donned yellow dresses to symbolise the UDA colours while others had attires that had Kenyan flag colours.
The women were shaking their shoulders in a circle as they danced to 'Vaida' and 'Obori baba'
As the MC of the day was leading them on, the women enthusiastically followed their leader, while ululating.
Whistles, screams and claps were heard from the crowd, while others joined in the dance.
Several leaders including nominated Senator Gloria Orwoba have already arrived at the Stadium.
The President will be touring the South Nyanza region for three days.
He will visit Kisii, Nyamira and Migori.
The head of state will commission the Kegati Water project in Nyaribari Chache Constituency.
He will later head to Nyamira to commission the construction of the Gekano-Rigoma-Amabuko Road on the same day.
On Thursday evening, the President is scheduled to hold a dinner at the Kisii State Lodge with Members of Parliament from the region.
On Friday, the President will return to Nyamira for the second time to commission the construction of Gamba-Kegogi Road.
He will then proceed to Ritacho Primary School in Nyaribari Masaba constituency to grace the homecoming ceremony of his Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu.
On Saturday morning, the President will hold a leaders' meeting at the Kisii State Lodge before departing Kisii for a day-long tour of Migori.