A photo of a young boy deeply staring at an image of the Deputy President of Kenya William Samoei Ruto painted on a car that has been making rounds on social media platforms has left Kenyans on social media platforms expressing mixed reactions.
The graffiti, as popularly known in Kenya, bearing the image of the Deputy President of Kenya William Samoei Ruto was meant for the purpose of advertising DP Ruto's newly formed political party known as United Democratic Alliance (UDA). The party is currently carrying out country wide registration of members activity.
According to some Kenyans on social media platforms, the boy was looking at his future president whereas others have said that the boy was looking at his political problems in one picture. There are others who think that they young boy was inspired naturally by the image of the charismatic leader of Kenya.
Here are some of the reactions the photo has attracted online;
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