President William Ruto has made his maiden flight on Air Force One since his inauguration as Kenya’s fifth president.
The Head of State used the military chopper while flying to Naivasha for Kenya Kwanza’s Parliamentary Group meeting.
Ruto flew alongside his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua and they were received by Garissa Township MP Aden Duale among other leaders.
However, Kapseret MP Oscar Sufi has been a topic of discussion online after arriving for the PG meeting aboard the chopper.
Sudi was among Kenya Kwanza leaders who arrived in Naivasha early alongside Ruto’s ally Farouk Kibet and a section of the president’s security.
The MP who wore a cream pair of khaki trousers, a white shirt and a black coat was seen alighting from the chopper and joined other leaders.
Below are comments over the same.
Hellen Gatuki: From “eeh Mungu nisalimie” to flying in the President’s Air Force chopper? Enyewe education is the key only when you know the owner of the padlock.
Rosy: When your time comes,no one can prevent your breakthrough.
Josphat Jackson: Elimu ni ufunguo wa akili. Opportunity unajitafutia. Lumumba with his perfect English has never boardered that chopper. Remember Sudi can’t pronounce the word conscious correctly.
Frank Mary: Oscar sudi with little education is now using military choppers at his disposal while Babu Owino with all his education anaonea viusasa, earth is hard.
Isamu: Sudi deserves this. He has come from far. I really admire his achievements despite being victimized by previous regime.
Earlier, DP Gachagua met with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
In an update on his Facebook page, the DP put up a post indicating that they met in Mombasa.
Raila was in Mombasa for newly-elected Governor Abdulswamad Nassir’s swearing-in ceremony which took place on Thursday, September 15.
On the other hand, Gachagua was attending the Council of Governors (CoG) induction.
“We have tremendous respect for our senior citizens. I was delighted this morning to have a tete a tete with our senior citizen former Prime Minister Rt Hon Raila Amolo Odinga in Mombasa,” the DP wrote.
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