|Photo Courtesy Of President Uhuru Kenyatta Shaking Hands With DP William Ruto At Safari Park Hotel During The 19th National Prayer Breakfast|
The Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy Dr William Ruto have today impressed Kenyans after they shaked hands during the National Prayer breakfast held at the Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi. The duo showcased their highest degree of political maturity at the prayer meeting despite the political differences that exists between them. Many people and especially Kenyans have applauded them for the the good gesture shown to the public despite falling short of one another after the 2017 general elections.
Reacting to the handshake, the Laikipia County Women Rep Cate Waruguru has shared the pictures of the two shaking hands as she hits that it is the 4th and 5th that is; the current and the incoming President of Kenya.
"The 4th and the 5th. Usiku mwena wapendwa," Cate Waruguru states.
Cate Waruguru is vying no seat in the upcoming general elections after losing the Laikipia East UDA Parliamentary ticket to inclubent Amin Deddy. However, she has continued remaining loyal to the Hon Deputy President William Ruto who is eyeing the top country's seat.
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