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20 Photos Of How DP Ruto Greeted Different Leaders During Madaraka Event

Mashujaa Day is national holiday in Kenya, where the heroes who fought and died for the nation are being remembered and celebrated. This year's Mashujaa Day celebrations are planned to be held at the newly constructed Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County, on Wednesday, October 20.

According to sources, despite the heated political temperatures in the country and the staged dynasty hustler state house battle, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Samoei Ruto lead by example in this picture. Meanwhile, the viral photo that is circulating on social media platforms clearly demonstrates that there are no enemies in politics.

Meanwhile, The event was attended by top government officials including President Uhuru Kenyatta, Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera, Former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga, and Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto. During his speech, Deputy President Dr. William Ruto showered President Uhuru Kenyatta with praises describing him as his hero and the hero of the Republic of Kenya in general. Check some of the photos below of the DP Ruto greeting different leaders during the Mashujaa event;

Earlier, before greeting the president, the Deputy President walked to where former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was standing to shake hands, and Raila stood to greet him. These are admirable actions. As a result, regardless of our political affiliations, we as citizens should always embrace each other with love; this is what it means to be civil. However, due to the strict Covid-19 rules, only 3000 people will be allowed to enter the stadium, according to sources.

The deputy president used his time to drive the Hustler narrative without being political. He promised the president to take care of and implement his main agenda using a bottom-up approach which is his main policy in politics. Meanwhile, comment and share this article widely.

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