Today marks a very special day as Kenyans have a chance to celebrate the Mashujaa Day. This is a special day to recall those who fought for our independence and rendered us free from the hands of colonialists. As this happens, we had several high profile leaders and presidential aspirants arriving at Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga.
During arrival of DP Ruto, Kenyans had all reasons to smile when DP Ruto arrived where Raila was seated. This happened as DP shook the hand of Raila in style showing a sign of unity to Kenyans. DP Ruto held Raila's hand for some time before he proceeded to where Mudavadi was seated.
Video Link: https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1450742000832204801?s=09
DP Ruto appeared to show all the leaders equal sign of respect before he proceeded to where he is supposed to seat. This sends a message that DP Ruto and Raila are united but political pressure is what separates them. It would have been a bad indication if Ruto ignored Raila.
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