Kenya is celebrating Mashujaa Day on 20th October every year. This year's celebration is taking place at Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County. Currently, Kenyans are already in the stadium waiting for president Kenyatta to preside over the event. Here are 3 things that Kenyans are waiting to see today.
1. How Ruto will be recievede
We know very well that President Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have not been in good terms since 2018. They are meeting today face to face at Wang'uru Stadium and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see how Ruto will be treated. Is he going to be given a chance to address Kenyans? This is probably a question that is racing in your mind. Let's wait and see.
2. Will Uhuru and Ruto shake hands?
People are hoping to see if the two will shake hands during this Mashujaa Day.
3. Handshake and BBI Politics
Another things that Kenyans are waiting is to hear from either Uhuru or Raila to mention if BBI is still surviving despite the court ruling.
Meanwhile, share your thoughts on the comments section. Will Atwoli attack Ruto if given chance to address?
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