Kenyans on social media have expressed mixed reactions as Photo of President Ruto surfaces online as he interacted with the Legislatures and other Parliament staff.
In the latest development, President Ruto made an impromptu visit at the Parliament buildings just during the lunch hour period.
President Ruto had made his way out of Parliament where he had dropped by to join the legislatures for lunch at the Members Canteen before the afternoon sitting.
After the photograph of Ruto making a line to get lunch at Parliament became a web sensation across virtual entertainment stages, Kenyans via online entertainment have communicated blended responses.
Kenyans have noticed the humbleness in Ruto's go about as others went after him implying that he has begun public tricks in a bid for 2027 early missions looking for his re-appointment. Kenyans have addressed why there is no Ugali feast in the photographs that have surfaced online as just Rice, Meat and others were available. Kenyans have examined regarding the costly feasts that lawmaking bodies get in parliament when conventional hawkers are moping in destitution and yearning.
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