Well, October 20th is a public holiday in Kenya which is known as Mashujaa day. It is a holiday to honour all Kenyans who have contributed towards struggle for Kenya's Independence. This year's Mashujaa day celebrations will be held in Mwea, Kirinyaga County. President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are among the leaders expected to be at the ceremony.
According to sources, the Deputy President William Ruto has already arrived in Mwea. However, his arrival has left many Kenyans talking on social media. A photo of Ruto arriving while on top of a donkey with locals cheering at him has sparked reactions among Kenyans on social media.
Below is the photo:
Some Kenyans feel like what William Ruto's arrival in Mwea on top of a donkey is blasphemous. According to some Kenyans, Ruto's arrival is a clear indication that he will be the next president because of how the people like him.
Below are some of the comments from Kenyans after Ruto arrived in Mwea on top of a donkey:
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