Kenyans have elicited reactions after the Deputy President William Ruto penned a beautiful message to his Boss President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday the 26th October as he celebrate his big day. Ruto Joined other leaders and Kenyans in Wishing well President Uhuru Kenyatta as he celebrate his 60th Birthday.
Through his Social Media page, the Second in Command asked Kenyans to Join him in wishing our leaders President Uhuru Kenyatta a Happy Birthday and many more fruitful years. Ruto went ahead to ask Kenyans to Continue praying for the President for his success as he lead this country towards a greater Promise.
"Please join me in wishing our leader, the PRESIDENT, His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, a HAPPY BIRTHDAY, and to pray for his success as he guides the nation towards a greater promise. God bless you, Sir" Dp Ruto Wrote.
Excited Kenyans reacted by wishing the president a happy birthday. Others cited that it looked like everyone else is now Joining the United Democratic Alliances. This comes few hours after the Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru Decamped Jubilee party to the United Democratic Alliances linked to Deputy President.
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