Kenyans online have elicited mixed reactions to this photo of an elderly women being lifted high by a crowd in Embu County while sitting on top of a wheel barrow. Kenyans reacted by saying that was a total disgrace and they failed to show respect to the elderly woman.
Out of excitement, Embu County residence placed the elderly woman on top of the wheel barrow so that he could see the Deputy President William Ruto. The woman looked scared while on top of the wheel barrow and she was not placed there on her good will. She had a walking stick on her right hand.
People who carried her high, they cheered while carrying her. If the people who carried her would have lost balance while carrying her, she would have fallen down very badly injuring herself so bad.
In the past few Campaigns tours of Ruto, people who were carried high while on top of the wheel barrow, were given money by Ruto and maybe these people did this intentionally for her to be rewarded like others.
Kenyans online condemned this act saying it's should never happen again.
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