Today was one of the most important days in the Kenyan history. It was a national day where Kenyans came together to celebrate their 58th Mashujaa day. Today's event was conducted in Kirinyaga county where several leaders lead by president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and his deputy attented. On other hand, the president Malawi hon Lazurus Chakwera and his wife madam Monica Chakwera attented this important event.
Now, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto stole the show during this event. This came in after his statement concerning the opposition of Kenya which made the whole stadium to cheer on him.
As reported by the Kenyans.co.ke, Dr William Ruto bravely told his boss, president Uhuru Kenyatta that he is speaking on behalf of all the opposition leaders in the country. His statement made the attendees to cheer on him as no one expected him to say so bearing in mind that he is the second most senior government official in the government.
Now, what is your take on Dp Ruto's statement? Do you believe that he is talking on behalf of the opposition leaders in the country? Drop your view.
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