Netizens have reacted in different ways after the Deputy President William Ruto who is seeking to be elected as the president of Kenya was captioned trying to ride a motor bike from one of his die hard supporters which had been pimped in United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party colours.
The photos were uploaded on Facebook by Sergent Alfred Koech who happens to be one of his close followers.
As soon as the photo was uploaded online, followers of the deputy president as well as those of the United Democratic Alliance party trooped in large numbers to applaud and encourage him for his continued close relationship with the local citizens, famously reffered to as the 'hustlers'.
Ruto had been in the forefront in popularizing the party which has already taken the political scenes by storm. At the same time, the ruling party, Jubilee is on a downward trend after most of the prominent leaders defected to other parties eyeing the 2022 general elections.
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