The deputy president William Samoei Ruto has left behind reactions to Kenyans after his pictures hit the social media showing how he is taking a ride in a bottom up brabded vehicle in Laikipia county.
This comes after the second commander in chief stormed Laikipia in style to extend his tour and manifestation of bottom up economic model which has been his mission since to enable him clinch the seat come August 9.
Many of the Kenyans through social media have droped their different opinions considering the photos.
Some have argued negatively stating that the united Democratic Alliance (UDA) party boss William Samoei Ruto has a chopper and thus taking a ride in such a taxi is like being hypocrite to the citizens.
Upon reading this article, what can be your possible suggestions as per the branded vehicle which was boarded by the deputy president?
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