Amid the awaited Presidential stress by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Various leaders and political bigwigs graced the occasion. Led by Deputy President William Ruto, Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader, Raila Odinga, and Members of Parliament.
However, at the center of all, what caught also the attention of many was Deputy President William Ruto's three-piece black suit that was marched with a tie having colors related to his United Democratic Alliance Party.
Below are the photos:Photos: Deputy President William Ruto at Parliament buildings. (Note, he is donning in a yellow-colored tie- the color associated with his United Democratic Alliance Party)
"Deputy President William Ruto wearing a yellow tie to showcase his party colors during the state of national address," a hawk-eyed Kenyan on Twitter penned down identified as Silvia Wangeci.
Below is the tweet image;
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