Recently, the Head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta issued out Covid-19 protocols where by he extended the regulations that had been laid down to those thirteen hotspots counties. President Uhuru Kenyatta went ahead and banned all public gatherings by saying that all Kenyans including political leaders should suspend those gatherings until our country has reformed.
However, the second in command deputy president William Ruto seem not to be abiding by the regulations laid down by the government. Today, Ruto conducted a huge rally in Kamkunji where residents and together with himself were spotted violating Covid-19 protocols.
Ruto's rally that he has conducted today has raised mixed reactions from Kenyans who seems not to be happy with the way the second in command in disrespecting his boss by violating Covid-19 protocols.
Some angry netizens went ahead and told him off that he should stop undermining Kenyans whereby he is supposed to know that he is trying to risk the lives of Kenyans whom he will require them one day.
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