Deputy president William Ruto has today sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans on social media after he posted a photo on his official twitter page doing something unusual. Deputy president William Ruto posted a photo where he was on a "kibanda" eating what he called "Chapati ndunga na chai".
Deputy president William Ruto said he is so much proud while eating in such a place since he is demonstrating the meaning of Bottom Up Economic Model. He added that the food he ate there was originally made in Kenya thus being proud of it.
However, a section of Kenyans reacted negatively to the unusual thing which the second in command deputy president William Ruto did today. Some said that DP Ruto should stop risking his life by eating in such places as anything can happen. Below are their reactions;
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