Deputy President William Ruto is avoiding, at his own costs, the nusu mkate, nusu mkeka tragic politics which defined the height of mistreatment of former prime minister Raila Odinga by then PNU politicians and government bureaucrats – majority of whom President Uhuru has recycled in the Jubilee government.
At a meeting in Nandi County yesterday, Ruto is seen addressing a meeting while standing atop a ‘tea table’, or coffee table.
Here is the photo of your DP.
However, Kenyans elicited different opinions with some seeing it as a show of humility while others called it ‘bad manners’ to stand on top of a poor man’s table.
What is your say?