President William Ruto during his tour of the Western Kenya region last month. He is surrounded by a number of Western Kenya region. Photo/Courtesy.
Youthful Mumias East constituency member of Parliament Hon Peter Salasya, has shared a past photo of himself having a light moment with President William Ruto when the president toured the Western Kenya region.
The vocal member of Parliament noted that the president is very keen on daily happenings in the country and He follows them. This is after the head of state reminded him of an incident that occured to him while in Juba.
Mumias East constituency member of Parliament Hon Peter K Salasya having a light moment with President William Ruto during the visit. Photo/Courtesy.
Salasya revealed that the president reminded him of how he got drowned in a swimming pool. This he said made him to laugh.
"Was just going through my gallery and I came across this and one thing I REALISED ABOUT our PRESIDENT @WilliamsRuto Heb follows up everything happening in this country alinikumbusha story yangu ya drowning in Juba nikacheka sana (he reminded me my story of drowning in Juba then I found myself laughing)" Salasya stated.
In November last year, the vocal youthful member of Parliament recounted how he nearly lost his life in a swimming pool in Juba, South Sudan.
The lawmaker was part of the team that represented Kenya at the East African inter-parliamentary games, he decided to recreate by having some swimming sessions, however, being not perfect in swimming, things were looking bad for the lawmaker even as he stared at the possibility of death in the pool. He was only saved by a man who was called by bystanders.
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