Deputy President William Ruto Saturday 17 February posted a snapshot of a University bus that had an embarrassing grammatical error at the back of the bus.
Was driving behind this bus belonging to Eldoret university in my hometown. Either the spelling of integrity has changed or my vocabulary is limited! pic.twitter.com/b3KPxqQDVC
— William Samoei Ruto, PhD. (@WilliamsRuto) February 17, 2018
I wish His excellency was keen on his leadership issues…as much as he is on such petty things..
— Fawley dee (@DeeFawley) February 18, 2018
The bus belongs to University of Eldoret matatu Sacco( Chepkoilel Matatu Sacco) not Eldoret University
— Catalyst (@modcatalyst) February 17, 2018
Was also driving (my footsubishi) past this gate belonging to Nakuru County Govt. governor's office in my County of hustle. Either the spelling of the word strictly has changed or my vocabulary is limited too. #DPRutoChallenge pic.twitter.com/wnRVNRSo9k
— Edwin Kimaru (@ArapKimaru) February 17, 2018
This is a non issue Your Excellency!
Can you comment on the fuel cost used to propel the Bus!
— Mogire Jason (@mogirejason) February 17, 2018
Ata wewe husema 'My Fren' badala ya my friend. It's LD affairs
— Kiuma (@isaackiuma) February 17, 2018
University of Eldoret @UoE_Main buses have distinct branding: UoE colors (blue, gold and magenta); UoE logo & motto ‘flame of knowledge and innovation’; parastatal blue number plate; ‘University Bus’ sign printed. See image. pic.twitter.com/ExkDn4w94V
— UniversityofEldoret (@UoE_Main) February 18, 2018
As a comrade I wish to counter your allegations above…This is University Of Eldoret Bus.That is a random bus at your hometown.Your research is so limited my fren. pic.twitter.com/7fDnke9drC
— THEE WISDOM SELLER ✪ (@ronniechirchir) February 18, 2018
Was passing through my TL and i saw your post. Either the roles of a VP have changed or i dont know them.
— Odempo, ni Mzizi. 🛃 (@odempo_mzizi) February 17, 2018
Imagine if u were to call casually "Hallo! This is William. Am calling to inform u the word integrity is misspelled". Can u imagine what response u would receive? 😂
— M'itonga (@BKiruja) February 17, 2018
The moment the government knows how to execute its functions with the right meaning of "Integrity".
Kenyans will know how to spell it
— Kijana Stevie Nderi🇰🇪 (@HEStevieNderi) February 18, 2018