Politics is getting more and more attention as the general election on August 9 draws near. Different political slogans are organizing several demonstrations across the nation and making sure they gather enough support to take the political seats in August. On the other hand, numerous businesses are busy conducting polls to find out which candidate will likely win the election.
Today a photo of the Chief Administrative Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kenya honourable Ababu Namwamba campaigning for the Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate who is also the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya William Samoi Ruto in the Western Region of Kenya sparked conflicting views online.
Ababu Namwamba is reportedly seen campaigning for William Ruto, the deputy president, while driving a pricey Jeep, according to a post made by Kenyans.co.ke on their Facebook page. Here are some Kenyans' responses to the post.
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