Kenyans have been left talking after a photo emerged online that is a repetition of what happened some years back. The photo which was shared by City lawyer Wahome Thuku featured president William Ruto looking straight at his deputy Rigathi Gachagua.
Thuku then sided it another photo featuring former president Uhuru Kenyatta looking at William Ruto when he was his deputy. When comparing the two photos they look exactly the same but with different characters. This photos made Kenyans to react with each person giving their own opinion.
Most of them said that the look is the same as that Uhuru gave William Ruto before he ended his relationship with him. They then said that William Ruto has already planned to drop Gachagua as his deputy. Others said that it is history repeating itself prior to the 2027 general elections.
Below are some of the comments Kenyans gave on Facebook;
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