The social media blew up with fire as pictures of celebrities most of the musicians having a great moment with Dp William Ruto. The pictures attracted many reactions from curious Kenyans and as always the comments section could never lack interesting statements.
First in line was Willy Paul the controversial arrest who transitioned from gospel music to secular music, he captioned a nicely put statement as he posed for a picture with jovial Dp Ruto. Curious fans went to the comments section bashing Willy Paul telling him that they should make sure the deputy president hears their cries.
Nadia Mukami also posted a beautiful photo with the deputy president and many Kenyans were forced to speak up saying how they are struggling, some told Nadia to make sure that Dp Ruto hears that a mere bread costs KSH 60.
Pierra Makena also posted a great picture that amused Kenyans to the point that one of them said that the deputy president should look at his shoes.
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