Kenyans React To Family Photo Of Kakamega Governor With President Ruto

Kenyans React To Family Photo Of Kakamega Governor With President Ruto
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President William Ruto five day tour of the Mulembe Nation just ended yesterday in Kakamega County after being hosted by Azimio Governor Fernandes Barasa. The 5 day tour saw the President launch various development projects in the region and even commission new projects.

Among the leaders that received President William Ruto on his tour of Mulembe Nation include Azimio Governor Fernandes Baraza, Prime CS Musalia Mudavadi, National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala among others.0840039a3987406ea8fa31ce8e72d416?quality=uhq&resize=720In a photo that has been making rounds on various social media pages, Kakamega County Governor had his family meet President William Ruto on his Kakamega tour. Kenyans have since reacted to the photo with many hilarioiusly claiming it is out of fear. With President Ruto’s move to crack his whip on corrupt leaders, some have alleged that the Azimio leader probably wants to be on the safe side with the President.

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In the Photo, the Governor and his wife together with his three children appear to be enjoying the moments with the President. This also happens to be the first time the Azimio Governor appeared in public for a photo session with all of his family.

One twitter user even pointed out to the fact that the Governor’s decision to wear a Kaunda suit popularized by President Ruto is a clear indication that he is on the same side with the President. A statement made by the President, in which he gave corrupt individuals three options has been trending and many have even used the statement to describe the photo. See how Kenyans reacted to the photo:

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Collins: Mambo ni matatu NB…family, home…

NYABOKE: Ni vile walisikia mambo ni matatu.. (After they heard the three things)..

Kema: You said Kaundas are back like they never left…

Africegem: Mambo ni tatu, but here, EACC and KETRACO under the carpet. We move on…

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