DP Ruto's tweet that Kenyans are talking about

Deputy President William Ruto's tweet on NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga has set tongues wagging...

DP William Ruto

Deputy President William Ruto's tweet regarding ODM leader Raila Odinga's announcement on land has sparked wild reactions from a section of the public.

Ruto's tweet was elicited by Odinga's statement in Kajiado, where he stated that implementing the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation commission report (TJRC) would serve justice to the Maasai community.

The DP went ahead and stated that the former Prime Minister believed implementing the TJRC was the only way of ending poverty in Kenya.

Ruto's tweet elicited mixed reactions with some suggesting that Odinga was confused and such utterances could plunge the country into chaos.

Another section joked that Odinga speaking on the land issue had rubbed the DP the wrong way due to previous allegations that he had grabbed land.

Here are some of the reactions:

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