The August General Elections is here with Kenyans once again with millions of Kenyans registered to vote across the country.
The August 9th General Elections are promising to be some of the most memorable in recent times despite the low voter turnout that is being reported across the country.
Earlier on this morning, the Deputy President William Ruto casted his ballot at Kosachei Primary School that is found in Turbo of Uasin Gishu County.
This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us, the Deputy President has been spotted relaxed waiting for the tabulation of the results that will be done later on in the day.
As per the reports, the Deputy President was spotted enjoying a cup of tea with the Soy Member of Parliament Kaleb Kositany.
What are your thoughts on this latest development? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.
Picture courtesy. The Deputy President William Ruto relaxing with Soy Member of Parliament, Kaleb Kositany.
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