President William Samoei Ruto today made an Imprompto visit to the National Assembly during noon. He was received by speaker Moses Wetangula into the parliament canteen for the lunch. He joined members of parliament in the queue where food was served. The senate speaker Jeff Amason Kingi was also present during the he Parliamentary lunch session.
According to photos shared by Ntv on Facebook page, the president was served with variety of food. Many Netizens reacted to the photo with mixed views with others describing the his simplicity.
Inside his plate was vegetables, meat and Irish potatoes. Netizens described the meal as the hustlers food. They compared it other meal served in most households with others saying that only Ovacado was missing in the diet. Here are some of their comments on the post. https://www.facebook.com/51790559057/posts/pfbid0o2tNXA3C5BSgqvYuXvafW5VWUGbW3bryhzhAjZcmcMmy6K4bYMKHuXXpnMyWis1zl/?app=fbl
Photo (Courtesy) : President Ruto Queuing to be served food in Parliament.
Photo: President Ruto (left), Speaker Kingi (Right)
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