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Two Women Who Walked From Sugoi Stranded In Nairobi After Attending Ruto’s Inauguration

Joy Waweru | 1 month ago
Two Women Who Walked From Sugoi Stranded In Nairobi After Attending Ruto’s Inauguration
Two Women Who Walked From Sugoi Stranded In Nairobi After Attending Ruto’s Inauguration

 

Two women trekked for 346 kilometers to attend Dr. Ruto’s inauguration ceremony at Kasarani stadium on 13th September and now plead to meet with the president.

 

In an unfortunate twist of events, the duo missed the swearing-in ceremony of president Ruto as they arrived late.

 

The two ladies, Eunice Chepkemei and Eunice Tabut traveled by foot from Sugoi Uasin Gishu to witness the president taking over power.

 

Almost a fortnight later the two are still stuck in Nairobi hoping to get lucky and get the audience of the president 

The duo has a cart they desire to present to the president as a gift.

 

“I came to attend President Ruto’s inauguration. Up to now, I have not met him to greet and give him my gift, and pray for the ‘hustler’ nation together,” Evelyn Chepkemoi complained.

“Up to now I have not met Ruto and the main thing that brought me to Nairobi is to award him this cart as we talk and pray together for Kenya Kwanza’s victory”.

 

 

 

Eunice Tabut states that they had patiently waited for the president to travel to the UK for Queen Elizabeth’s burial. Now that he is back in the country the two friends seek to meet the president before they travel back to their hometowns.

 

“I went to state house with my cart. Upon arrival I was asked to produce my appointment then I said my appointment is the cart. I was then directed to go to Karen where I went and left my cart there hoping I would get my appointment,” Evelyn Chepkemoi lamented.

 

The duo took approximately five days to make it to Kasarani stadium.

For the past two weeks, the duo has been hosted by a ‘good Samaritan ’in Nairobi.

 

The two are adamant about returning home without achieving their key mission which is to meet the Head of State.

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