RUTO’S SWEARING IN BEGINS ON A BAD NOTE
President -elect Willian samoei Ruto’s swearing in has begun on a bad note for some of his supporters that hoped to reach Nairobi and make their way to the famous Kasarani stadium.
According to sources, these passengers were involved in an accident at Migaa trading along Nakuru-Eldoret highway, with allegations going round that the driver was over speeding before the bus rolled severally.
“Several PASSENGERS enroute to Nairobi for the inauguration ceremony for the 5th President have been involved in a road accident at Migaa trading center along the Nakuru-Eldoret highway after their over speeding vehicle lost control and rolled several times. 11 people injured and all in various hospitals within the area.” Reported the source.
However, no incident of death was reported during the accident by the time of posting this news.
As expected, many Kenyans from various parts of the country will be making their way to Nairobi overnight to attend William Ruto’s historic swearing in at the Kasarani stadium along the busy Thika Superhighway.
From the program, everyone willing to enter the stadium is expected to be seated by 8.30 Am while the president-elect will arrive at 11.30 AM for his big day. Ruto will be sworn in by the registrar of the judiciary Ann Amadi in the presence of the chief justice Martha Koome.