Having fun with VVIP is something which is very difficult and if it may happen then it means you must be some who is closely related to those powerful politicians. For instance, hanging with someone like president Uhuru kenyatta, requires someone to be much powerful or come from a wealthy family.
Today many Kenyans have been left talking after a photo of Uhuru Kenyatta hanging together with Yoweri Museveni son. The son two Yoweri Musevin is a commander of Uganda Land forces who was appointed with his father.
During their meeting, Lieutenant General Muhoozi Kainerugaba described Uhuru kenyatta as his hero and big brother. This photo later created a heated argument online as many were asking what the Ugandan president son was doing in Kenya.
Deputy president supporters could not keep quiet as some claimed that if Ruto was the one hanging out with Yoweri Museveni son then it have been another drama
Here are some of comments from Kenyans who came across this news.
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