Deputy President William Ruto has amazed many after he was seen riding a motorcycle in his Karen Home. This was a motorcycle that belonged to one of his fan who caught the eyes of the second in command as he dubbed his motorcycle with UDA Party colors to show his support for Deputy President William Ruto
Well, it is not Deputy President William Ruto alone who can ride a motorcycle. Over the years, President Uhuru Kenyatta has been seen riding different motorcycles whereby at one point, he went with one to work
To start with, President Uhuru Kenyatta was seen riding a motorcycle last year along Kangundo Road whereby he had an asphalt blending plant that had been opened in that area courtesy of Nairobi Metropolitan Service. President Uhuru rode the motorcycle for quit a distance before he took a corner and returned it
Other than that day, President Uhuru Kenyatta also rode a high profile motorcycle during the opening of Toyota Kenya Business Park in Nairobi. About this day, President Uhuru Kenyatta was in company of his PA Jomo Gechaga.
In another occasion, President Uhuru Kenyatta was spotted riding another motorcycle in State House whereby he was flagging off the Kenya National Motocross team which was to take part in a motorcycle competition in Zimbabwe
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