United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Senator from Nandi County Hon Samson Cherargei has reacted to a photo that has circulated online.
In the picture which shows President William Ruto, his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta, President of Burundi, and Chairperson of the East African Community Evariste Ndayishimiye walking together, Cherargei has objected to the walking arrangement of the leaders.
Senator Cherargei asserts that President William Ruto should lead while President Ndayishimiye Evariste of Burundi should walk amid the "walking arrangement." Former president Uhuru Kenyatta should have walked in the outer ring rather than the center, Cherargei objected.
"Breach of the protocol the President H.E William Samoei Ruto should be in the middle next H.E @General Neva & the Congo special Peace envoy Uhuru should be at the periphery. That's international dictates of the Presidential protocols. Blessed evening," he wrote on his official Twitter account platform.
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