The Deputy president William Ruto has today left Kenyans after holding a high profile bilateral meeting with the indonesia envoy to Kenya Dr Hery Saripudin at Karen residents in Nairobi.Ruto acknowledged that cooperative between Kenya and Indonesia has sustained economic growth, giving room for exploration of many opportunities that are mutually beneficial to the people.
Kenyan have been left trying to figure out the purpose of the meeting because it was held in the deputy president home in Karen.Looking at the pictures it seems to be an official crucial meeting since majority were in suits and coat.In the picture flags of Kenya and Indonesia are on the background with Ruto being given elephant like medal.
As both of them are smiling.Ruto is wearya yellow long sleeved shirt with dots,blue Khaki trouser and brown official shoes.Standing in the middle guarded by two men each side.These have sparkles reactions and comments from the Netizens.
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