As the August general election approaches so fast, political parties and candidates for various positions are alligning themselves to ensure they emerge victorious in the polls. They are therefore employing various mechanism to ensure they become popular and convince their electorate to elect them such as door to door campaign, public rallies among others.
Kenya Kwanza coalition led by the deputy president Hon William Samoei Arap Ruto have contracted with private and public vehicle owners to mount 'Ruto' strobe light and portraits on their vehicle as seen in a truck that was captured in a photo circulating in social media.
Kenyans online have however reacted differently with majority urging the police to take actions immediately and arrest the driver: Here are sample of comments:
Alex Ndunda: The fifth president of the republic of Kenya. I love u so much.
Alex Otieno: This is against the law as the lights interfers with the vision of other road users.
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