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Uproar as Portrait of Former President Kenyatta And Raila Odinga are Spotted in Governor's Office

The portrait of the President is expected to be hung in government offices as a sign of authority of who is in power, according to the country's laws and regulations.

After the president takes the oath of office, his portrait is expected to be displayed in public buildings until his term expires and a new president is sworn in.

President William Ruto is now the President of Kenya, and all offices, from the national to the county, are expected to display his portrait.

On the other hand, Kisumu County Governor Professor Peter Anyang Nyongo has sparked outrage online after a photo of the portraits in his office in Kisumu County surfaced.

According to the information provided, Kenyans have left attacking the governor over the photo of a former prime minister and Uhuru's Kenyatta, former president. What do you think about this message and photo? Share the comment with us now.

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