Deputy president William Ruto has sent out late night message to the people of Kenya after attending the state of the nation address by president Uhuru Kenyatta.
William Ruto and his deputy president has not been reading from the same page since the 2018 handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition chief Rails Odinga.
William Ruto since then have been deprived of his duties by president Uhuru Kenyatta where most of his duties were assigned to interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi.
Ruto then opted for political champaigns where he had formed the United Democratic Alliance party which he has been saying will form the next government.
Today, the deputy president William Ruto on his official facebook page posted he joined president Uhuru Kenyatta for the state of the nation address, parliament building, Nairobi county.However, his message spurred mixed reaction by his online followers.
Michael Pamba: Even the president himself is in safe hands with Raila.￼.￼￼
Rop Victor: God willing our next of the nation state address will be addressed by you, your exellency.
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