Yesterday, Deputy President William Ruto was in Kakamega county continuing with his presidential campaigns. Ruto had an opportunity to engage traders in Shianda and Malaha Markets in Mumias East Constituency and Navakholo trading centre.
The DP indicated that the destiny of Kenya will be decided by citizens through their vote. He went ahead and said that next year's polls will accord them the opportunity to make their choice on the agenda presented to them.
He was accompanied by many politicians including former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale who later wrote on his Twitter account that the area was like one day in heaven after the DP was met with thousands of jubilant supporters.
His post led to different reactions amongst many Kenyans. Here are some of them.
Felix Muyonga @atinyamuyonga. Boni, you better change now and join a winning team.
Dacha @Dacha336956. Kindly Boni avoid at all costs this kind of comparisons.
Victor Bravin @Nyakwar commented that Khalwale transported people the whole week for that function.
Kindly my dear readers, what do you think about these sentiments by the former senator? Feel free to comment.
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