Kenyans have reacted hilariously to the photo of deputy President His Majesty Rigathi Gachagua wearing a gambot at the summit on Wednesday.
A photo released by State House shows the Deputy President sitting next to His Excellency President William Ruto in Kajiado County.
In what most Kenyans consider ridiculous, the Vice President is ready to help his boss in his plantation business.
Many people have reacted saying that the Honorable Rigathi Gachagua, a former Member of Parliament from Mathira Constituency, has never disappointed many of them by using the nickname Riggy G.
As the President launched a Sh15 billion tree planting initiative in Kajiado, Her Majesty accompanied the Head of State and the mother of the First Lady, Rachel Ruto, to the tree planting exercise.
The launch of the initiative at Ngong Hill Forest in Kajiado County coincided with Ruto's 56th birthday. 56 trees were planted to celebrate the birthday.
Below are more pictures of the two national leaders and other officials in Kajiado County on Wednesday.
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