Kenyans have reacted after Kisumu County Governor Ayang' Nyong'o Office has been seen with the Portraits of the retired President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.photo courtesy
In the picture shared by reliable source Kenyan.Com.Ke it is however seen that the portrait of the President William Ruto was missing and that as sparked several reactions from Kenyans.
"This is why I support removal of academic requirements for one to be a leader because if a professor is this dumb why do we need some academic qualification to be a leader?" Dan Kev Nyabasa reacted
"Even in Uhuru's Office it's Raila Odinga's photo on the wall... reason Uhuru Publicly declared his leader is Raila Odinga" Another Kenyans also reacted.
" It doesn't stop anything. It doesn't make president Ruto less president. You're right to have Uhuru's portrait as a former president and Raila portrait as the people president' The third was said.
What are your thoughts on President William Ruto missing at the The governor's office. Share your thoughts with us.photo courtesy
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