President Dr. William Samoei Ruto unexpectedly visited the parliament on Wednesday, October 5, while lawmakers were participating in a discussion moderated by speaker Moses Wetangula.
The President didn't announce his visit in advance, but instead went to parliament after the KICC meeting to sign off the first tea bound for Ghana.
During lunchtime, the president was spotted standing in line with other lawmakers. Different reactions have been made after his photos queuing for food surfaced in social media platforms. Millicent Omanga, a former Nairobi County Nominated senator also commented on Ruto's photo having lunch in parliament.
Taking to her official twitter account, the former Nominated senator under Jubilee party reacted to the president's surprise visit to Parliament for lunch.
"A man of the people. President Dr. @WilliamsRuto," tweeted Millicent Omanga.
President William Ruto took over office as the country's fifth president after beating Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya alliance in the August 9th elections.
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