Kenyans expressed angered following sad breaking news that young master Sidney Mamba Felix, the 7-year-old boy who was ran over by DP William Ruto’s convoy in Busia County, has died. This is not the first time that Ruto’s motorcade has been involved in such accident.
Felix was ran over on Friday by one of the DP’s vehicles that was carrying his Press team.
Here are some reactions from Kenyans:
When Pastor Ng'ang'a run over a woman we saw him in Court.. even after he was aquitted the DPP appealed…
We want to see the same energy on DP Ruto and his goons…
People Must go to Court!!🌈 pic.twitter.com/sP3piKeiVH
— Samuel Githaiga (@GithaigaSamuel2) June 8, 2019
Keep doing it Dr. Dp Ruto, and slow down on politics a little bit you're exposing your tactics so much
— Amos khaemba (@amoskhaemba4) June 7, 2019
— Nairobi News (@Nairobi_News) June 8, 2019
So DP Ruto killed a young boy?
But itumbi showing us how he planted Rice in a Suit
— Mandela Onchwati (@mandelaonchwati) June 8, 2019
If it was Raila's motorcade that killed Sidney Mambala Felix, we could conclude it's a sacrifice.
If it was Raila's chopper that killed people at Turkana, we could conclude it was a sacrifice.
But now it's Dp Ruto, so it's an accident.
Let's move on swiftly.
— THE INCREDIBLY TERRIBLE! (@allen_arnold) June 8, 2019
Why do body guards hang on vehicles, oooh I do remember it was during maadamano led by raila in last year that youth hang kwa gari yake now every tom n harry does it lol yenyewe we set the pace n they think its fashionable lol
— @mzalendobonface (@mzalendobonfac3) June 8, 2019
Instead of advising Ruto to "personally visit the family", wouldn't it be noble to advise him to invite the @DCI_Kenya to probe this crime. Siasa kila wakati na PR stunts hazijengi Kenya my brother.
— The MANCINI MANCINI (@1ManciniMancini) June 8, 2019
Do you know what happened? Let the full force of the law take its course. It's so saddening to loose young innocent lives due to reckless behavior of drivers…. Shetani wa human sacrifice ashindwe! Mademoni Riswa!! @OleItumbi @EtalePhilip
— UkweliUsemwe (@AnotherKenya) June 8, 2019
May the outpouring of sympathy, the kind acts of friends and the comfort in knowing that your loss is felt by many, help you through this difficult time. May you find the courage and strength to move forward in peace and confidence and in knowing that his was a life well-lived
— Firstlady (@Firstla08599483) June 8, 2019