Today, as part of his two-day development tour of the Nyanza region, President William Ruto paid a visit to Homabay County. He was accompanied by his deputy Rigathi Gachagua, the cabinet secretaries for education, information and technology, and interior security, Eliud Owalo and Ezekiel Machogu. The is planning to undertake a number of initiatives, including Homabay and affordable housing.
However Kenyans have been left with mixed reactions after the deputy president Hon. Rigathi Gachagua was spotted doing something unusual while addressing Homabay county residents while with president Hon William Samoei Ruto. The DP Gachagua was seen hanging from the President William Ruto’s car while addressing the residents which sparked mixed reactions.
The following are some of the reactions elicited by different people. They are demonstrated below.
Carpenter said, “The security ring is NO joke. Kisumu residents now seems are now superb. Welcome awesome. Kenyans should embrace each other like this.Thats a historic lesson. Raila Odinga is a statesman.”
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