A post quoting Deputy President William Ruto remarks about the just concluded Safari Rally competition at Naivasha tagged Kenyans.co.ke which is a famous media house in Kenya, has surfaced online and gone viral eliciting mixed reactions, both angry and confusion. The media house has said the news is fake and it shouldnot be trusted.
The post alledgedly said that the rally is a rich man's competition and a waste of public resources and time. Also the rally is a place where sins are openly done, it's like sodom and gomorrah. The rally will stop come 2022, the post concluded. This are just rumours, nothing is true.
Kenyans.co.ke have rubbished off the post saying it's a fake story on their Facebook page saying the quote didnot come from their media house. They said their news will only be posted in their verified social media pages. So it's a fake news.
Ruto didnot say this words. Maybe Ruto's enemies are just trying to tarnish and destroy his name months to 2022 general election. It so sad to see people trying so hard to destroy someone's name for their own benefit. Here are some of the mixed reactions from Netizens.
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