Many people associated politics with religion and you can agree to this assumption taking a look on how Kenyans are enthusiastic and strong defenders of their favourite politicians. Some of them have gone to the extreme ends of devising various banners to support their presidential candidate. With some of them erecting various posters across the country and hanging wheelbarrows in major towns, Ruto's fans are getting clever each day. Today, a number of photos have surfaced on social media in which some Kenyans have appeared in public during political campaigns donned in hilarious outfits which have left many Kenyans in stitches.
During Ruto's visit to the coast counties today, a widely photo of a man who got his whole body painted in blue and yellow while popularizing UDA party has circulated widely on social media with Ruto's critics shunning this behaviour terming it as insane. Clearly, this is a big indication that Ruto is loved by many Kenyans who are willing to go to the extreme ends to ensure he wins the presidential race against the ODM chief Raila Odinga. See some reactions from Kenyans concerning the same. Do you think Ruto is capable of beating Raila in the upcoming 2022 polls? Drop your comments below.
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