Ronoh Cornelius who is among the famous people on social media in Kenya today posted on his tweeter page a photo of Nairobi expressway and said that while Ruto is busy donating wheelbarrow and inciting Kenyans against government, president Uhuru Kenyatta is busy building his legacy.
majorphanto Snr tweeted, "The time you will tell me how those in slums will benefit from this highway I will see you have that sense which is not common to every one."
Eli Maina tweeted, "Stop the nonsense is he building with his money .he is doing the job he was elected to do and probably doing it while involving their family business as private partnership with offshore accounts."
Abito Nyogam tweeted, "We know the Kenyatta has shares in that Express way. People will be paying to use the road and a percentage will be for the Kenyatta trust. We know."
Bruno Brand tweeted, "I don't agree with your mentality. Whether or not the system is rotten to the core, national development must continue so just eat your sh 530 in peace."
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