Photo Courtesy; Nyali MP Mohammed Ali and President William Ruto at the Statehouse, Mombasa today.
President William Ruto has been spotted with Nyali MP Mohammed Ali in Statehouse, Mombasa for the first time sparking reactions from Kenyans.
The President was spotted strolling in the compound of the Statehouse, Mombasa for the first time as the Kenyan President alongside Nyali MP Mohammed Ali.
The head of state was today in Mtwapa, Kilifi County where he launched the Mtwapa-Kwa Kadzengo-Kilifi Road, part of the 454KM Malindi-Lunga Lunga-Tanga-Bagamoyo East African Coastal Road Corridor connecting Kenya and Tanzania.
His coastal tour also saw him attend the funeral service of Mzee Silas David Mweri — father to Kilifi North MP Owen Baya — in Watamu, Kilifi County.
Yesterday, he was in Kwale County where he commissioned the Devki Steel Mill.
The photo of the President in Mombasa Statehouse has sparked reactions online. See some of the reactions from Kenyans below;
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