Kenyans' reactions to pictures of presidential hopefuls Hon Raila Odinga and Hon William Ruto shaking hands after meeting at Nairobi's Windsor Hotel were divided.According to reports, two of the four candidates for president who met with IEBC chairwoman Wafula Chebukati for an important meeting were Willaim Ruto, the leader of the Kenya Kwanza coalition, and Raila Odinga, of the Azimio la Umoja coalition.Hon Raila Odinga was accompanied by his running mate Hon Martha Karua while Hon William Ruto was accompanied by Kindiki. Sources indicated that Raila Odinga arrived very early at the meeting where he listened to the IEBC chairperson and also raised his grievances, he was followed by William Ruto who attended a little bit late.Before Hon Raila Odinga departed the location, the two leading leaders shook hands and greeted one another to demonstrate harmony among their fans. Many Kenyans expressed their happiness for the couple in their response.
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