Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullah, who is a close ally of Deputy president William Ruto, opened up about the picture of deputy president William Ruto being placed on Mwingi River Enziu bus tragedy that claimed lives of more than 30 people after the Mwingi Seminary bus swept away by the floods.
“Interesting...The Guardian puts DP RUTO's photo as the face of the Kenyan story it published...looks like the Foreign press see clearly what Prof @makaumutua refuses to see... CHANGE OF GUARD!!!" Ahmednasir Abdullah statement read on his Twitter account.
The Foreign Newspaper was giving information about Mwingi river tragedy but mistakenly, they expressed it using the DP William Ruto photo. However, according to Kenyans, Ahmednasir boast to this publication was not right since the whole country is mourning.
Some oeople were seemed to be angered by lawyer's actions accusing him of thinking that Deputy President William Ruto's Presidential bid is important than people's lives. Others seemed to be congratulating him for his action.
Here are some of the comments made by Kenyans.
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