Yesterday was a dark day in Kenya after a bus ferrying people to a wedding was swept away leaving more than 30 people dead. This was after a heavy downpour that has been happening in various parts of the country in a couple of days now. The sudden tragedy attracted attention both locally and internationally as leaders condoned with the family of the deceased.
Today, Kenyans have been excited after an international Newspaper (The Guardian) wrote the Mwingi story with the picture of DP Ruto as the cover image. According to city Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdulahi, a close ally of Deputy President William Tweeted about the incident where he celebrated that even the international media are now recognizing the DP.
This has however placed DP on the spot and city Lawyer Ahmednassir as some said that the death of people is nothing to celebrate. According to Ahmednassir's post, he was boasting that the Guardian only placed Ruto's face than Raila Odinga.
"Interesting...The Guardian puts DP RUTO's photo as the face of the Kenyan story it published...looks like the Foreign press sees clearly what Prof @makaumutua refuses to see... CHANGE OF GUARD!!", reads a statement from Ahmednassir.
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