Today marks a very special day to the Kenyan history. This is a day when Kenyans get a chance to celebrate the day when various the country received redemption from the hands of colonialists. As this happens, it's always a day when various politicians reunite in front of cameras to send a sign of hope to Kenyans.
This is exactly what happened when Uhuru arrived at the podium. According to NTV news, it has been revealed that crowds were thrown in extreme cheers when Uhuru was seen greeting DP Ruto. The two political bigwigs were seen interacting for quite some time as Uhuru spent more time with DP Ruto in comparison to other leaders.
Video Link: https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1450749675053715457?s=19
This is something that gave those who were viewing live to clap hands and cheer. The leaders who were at the podium also clapped as they watched the as they watched how the various politicians interacted peacefully. This shows that leaders can decide to reunite and restore everything.
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