A Viral photo of Kenyan deputy president William Samoe Ruto at his Kar en home Nairobi while riding a bodaboda Graffited prezo Ruto has been shared online hence sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens.
That photo has been shared on Facebook by Marigat news and according to that news source report, Ruto today welcomed Kevin Rotich a UDA supporter from Trans Mara who printed his motorcycle by UDA log. Kevin is a supporter of UDA and visited Ruto to show that he is committed to that hustler party and also wants other youths to follow his footsteps and join UDA.
Kevin was later registered as a party member of UDA and granted a job to be a UDA party member ambassador.
Kenyans on social media have sparked reactions concerning that post whereby some section of them have wished him success during 2022 general elections.
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