President William Ruto and his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta met today for the better part of the day
Vocal Kenya Kwanza lawmaker honorable Samson Cherargei seems to be displeased with the arrangements of the leaders.
According to him, president William Ruto should have been in the middle while President Evariste Ndayishimiye on the other side and Uhuru Kenyatta should have been in what he called periphery.
"Breach of protocol the President H.E @WilliamsRuto should be at the middle next H.E @GeneralNeva & the Congo special Peace envoy Uhuru should be at the periphery . That's international dictates of the Presidential protocols," Samson Cherargei said.
President William Ruto and Uhuru Kenyatta was meeting today at Nairobi for the first time since President Ruto took over from him.
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