The Deputy President William Ruto held a meeting with leaders from Kericho County led by Governor Paul Chepkwony, Karen office, Nairobi County.
The MCAs had a meaningful discussion with the DP regarding development matters and together presented a memorandum of development projects in all the six sub- counties in Kericho County.
Ruto stated that leaders must work together irrespective of their political affiliation and involve the public in decision making.
He also said the collective will of the people in identifying, prioritising and furthering key grassroots projects is critical to achieving meaningful and sustainable development
One photo of the DP relations with the leaders has caught the attention of strong African heritage upholders in terms of discipline show of respect.
A photo has come out of Kericho senator greeting the DP with his hand in the pocket. One Kerich Josiah has commented that “When I was young I was told to respect elders greeting them with both hands”.
Kiptoiyot @Aaroncheruiyot Kericho County senator Greeting the DP @WilliamsRuto with his hand in the pocket. When I was young I was told to respect elders greeting them with both hands😂😂#RotGaaAkChamgei @Chamgeifm1 pic.twitter.com/YXnAFEbHRo
— Mr Environment™🇰🇪 (@Kerichjoseah) May 15, 2019
— Truly Kenyan (@xelembu) May 15, 2019
However others have expressed people do defer, and people’s response defer therefore the subject is debative depending on so many perspectives.
People do defer, and people's response defer, I found no fault there
— Kipkirui Sigei (@KipkiruiSigei5) May 15, 2019
What do you think about the senators Ruto greeting posture?