This afternoon, President William Ruto paid a spur-of-the-moment visit to Parliament. According to reports, Ruto had lunch with the National Assembly and Senate Speakers, Moses Wetang'ula and Adam Kingi, in the members' lounge.
Many Kenyans were moved by President William Ruto's action, among them Wambugu Ngunjiri, who shared his thoughts on his official Facebook page, as quoted below;
As Ruto balances the responsibilities of running the Executive full-time while keeping his finger on the political pulse on both the national and local levels, one of the things those of us who love politics will enjoy during his term in office is watching & learning from a politician-per-excellence. (This is the one thing that Ruto will accomplish better than Uhuru, I'm positive.) Notebooks are available, whatu wakae.
After launching a guided trade initiative for Kenya Tea within the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) at the Kenya International Conference Center, the head of state went to Parliament (KICC).
While conducting their morning sitting in the August House, the house leadership was taken off guard.
A number of important leaders, including the Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula and his Senate counterpart Amason Kingi, soon joined the President.
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