On a photo that was shared by Citizen TV Kenya where the fifth president of Kenya Dr William Samoei Ruto was seen queuing up for food at members' canteen in Parliament today, many Kenyans have reacted by showering the president with so much praises, acknowledging how humble it was from the president to queu up in line with members for food. This came after the President William Ruto's visit to Parliament where he was hosted for lunch by speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Wetangula, amongst others at the members' canteen.
Kenyans raected to this as they were impressed by what President William Ruto did,by queuing for food. "It tell me about the humble background he was raised from,this is the person who can feel a mwananchi even if he doesn't have to what to offer," an impressed Kenyan posted. However,some also took to the comment section their disatisfaction by mentioning, "at least you have something to queu up for, you can smile."
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