The Deputy President of Kenya, William Ruto is today leading a Youth Charter which is been aired on TV47. The event being held at Nyayo Stadium has been attended by almost every Principal of Kenya Kwanza Alliance including Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula, Gov. Alfred Mutua and Justin Muturi.
Through the Youth Charter, Kenya Kwanza Alliance has promised to provide funds to the youths so that they can use the money to start and expand their businesses. Ruto's team has also promised to invest in technical training so as to provide the youths with skills which they can use to earn a living.
In order to relate with the audience which are the Youths, DP Ruto decided to wear a casual look making him look like a young man in his Twenties. From the choice of his T-shirt to the shoes, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Flag bearer decided to look smart.
It is however not the first time that a Presidential Candidate has decided to don a youthful look as the likes of Raila Odinga have severally dressed casually when meeting youths.DP Ruto's nice looks has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans.
Some of their reactions are as follows;
@omengawaseka Leo ni Leo, ukiona Mzee Ruto amejivaa kama kijana, jua mambo bado
@erestionsu well done to the Fifth for deciding to make us happy with his killer looks
@resisoarepo Hapo sawa...piga luku mheshimiwa
@brandonshevanji Eeeeeh! Yani huyu mzee ameamua kuzumaliza na kujivaa vizuri hivyo
@Mwanzijerm I love DP Ruto's looks..He has decided to go the youth way
@anitanjeri someone tell Raila Odinga that he should be dressing like this to appease the youths of the country
@kipkeinosa Huyo ni the Fifth President of Kenya amejivaa kama kijana mdogo..napenda hivyo
@oyugimawan ongera Mkubwa wangu..umefanya vizuri kudisappoint waliodhani hautaweza kujivaa kama kijana
@atienosaw I love Ruto's cool look..he has done very well and that's what we should be seeing everytime
@allchepkoilel Ongera Bwana Deputy President, umefanya vizuri kujivaa kama President mtarajiwa
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