Event planners at the Norfolk Hotel today became the source of internet sensation after a viral video of them running up and down while trying to mount President William Ruto's portrait on the wall went Viral for the better part of today afternoon.
According to the Video, four men who were dressed in suits were spotted inside the main conference Hall of the Hotel in front of other guests, while moving from one end to the other trying to choose the right place to put the portrait.
After sometime, one man brought a hammer and a fairly small portrait in His hands and headed directly to the front wall of the room, where a plain white wall was facing them. He then decided to drive a nail directly into the wall through the portrait, to make it attached on the wall.
He was also joined by His colleague who helped Him to support the portrait, as He kept hitting the nail, in the midst of sounds and voices from guests who were very amused of the move.
Later, they removed the main tall presser desk that was placed right in front, and placed it in the middle where all people addressing the crowd could have a smooth time to do the same.
Some Kenyans have found the occurrence more amusing, and even congratulated the people for doing it with speed before the head of State arrived, because it's morally good and also respectful of the Presidency. Others However claimed that they were late and arrangements were not done properly. Below is the Video :
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