William Samoei Ruto decided to go on a solo effort in his quest for presidency with no backing from the royal families in our country. Uhuru Kenyatta who was his boss has decided to endorse the opposition leader in what has been viewed betrayal of the highest order with the deputy having backed him for two terms. Despite that courageous Ruto has said he won't blink in trying to take the head of state throne.
He continued with his 6-day Coast tour in Lamu today where he was accompanied by UDA-allied leaders and residents of the county. The small Old Town of Lamu was painted yellow with UDA colours taking the centre stage. The DP addressed the issue of overtaxing the citizens promising to smoothen it when he clings into power.
What surprised many was the method the DP used to enter the town. While the residents chanted his names, DP Ruto was riding on a donkey which has left netizens talking on different social media platforms. Here is the video link of DP Ruto riding on a donkey; https://youtu.be/oJiPf5bUAdI
Below are some the beautiful photos as observed;
The photos have elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans who were questioning DP's stance to use a donkey as a means of transportation. Some mocked saying he is comparing to Jesus. Here are some of the comments;
Kitili wrote, "Kwani ni Yesu."
Gomez added, "We don't want Neothilic means."
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