The Kenyan Government is being headed by the president with the help of the Deputy President.Furtheremore, they must be looking things from the same angle and run the government affairs smoothly.But this is not for the two bosses of the nation.It seems they are pooling the strings in opposite nevertheless,on 20th October every year it's Mashujaa Day,the day the Kenyans celebrate their heroes of different kinds especially the well known Fathers of Independence.Therefore,this depicts this day as a very important day for our nation Kenya.
On the other hand,many Kenyans are at a guessing mode on whether the current Deputy President Dr.William Ruto will be attending the National event that will be held in Kirinyaga county.However,the second in command while on his tour in Mombasa he was hear saying ,and I quote"I will be attending the Mashujaa Day event in Kirinyaga,it's a national event and I being the Deputy President of Kenya I have to be there to celebrate with the people of the great county of Kirinyaga." End of quote.This question had been asked while at the MO Radio station as seen in the video above.The question is, will the Deputy President attend the Mashujaa Day in Kirinyaga?If he attends,how will be his reception?Give your comment at the comments section.
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