After Deputy President William Ruto stealing the show at Wang'uru International Stadium in Mwea Constituency of Kirinyaga county during this year's Mashujaa Day celebrations with light moments and a powerful speech, he was hosted by President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Sagana State Lodge for the "after-party" together with other dignitaries.
The DP whose moving speech had left many impressed and who was captured on camera sharing a light moment with the President amidst a Mwomboko music performance from Davy Kamoko and Fatxo, arrived at the Sagana State Lodge in the company of his wife Mama Racheal Ruto.
Then as upon spotting the President, a seemingly elated DP left the red carpet leading into the dome where the celebrations were being held to greet him with an arm touch as seen in the photos below.
The two exchanged a word once again and as you can note, the Malawi President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera, his wife Her Excellency Monica Chakwera, first lady Margaret Kenyatta and other state officers were onlooking.
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