Because it is Mashujaa Day, it is an opportunity for political leaders to speak about their political positions and progress since independence. Several key government officials, including President Uhuru Kenyatta, were present at the celebration ceremony in Kirinyanga county. DP Ruto, as well as Malawi's President and his wife, were in his company. Raila, Musalia, cabinet secretaries, and Kenyan civilians were also there.
It was a long time coming to observe how political candidates running for president in the 2022 general elections would react to one another. Ruto and Raila shook hands in a pleasant manner, and their comments were pure and free of any discords, much to our amazement.
Dennis Itumbi revealed on his Twitter account that Kirinyanga county has already resolved to vote for Ruto for president. The bottom-up economy strategy will be executed next year, he continued.
Netizens couldn't keep back their reactions in response to his message, with some praising the notion and others expressing opposing viewpoints. Take a look at the reactions in the photographs below and leave your thoughts in the comments section.
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