Concern As Netizens Notice This on President Ruto's Legs
In a photo that has since gone viral after President William Ruto landed in South Korea, netizens have noticed that his legs and hands seemed to be swollen.
Many Kenyans have raised their concerns questioning the well-being of the president. A section of Kenyans have stated that the swelling could be a result of the long sitting hours inside the plane while others stated that he could be having a medical condition contributing to his swelling of the legs and hands.
President Ruto's swollen legs. TWITTER
A section of Kenyans have now come out to recommend President Ruto seek further medication especially after seeing this.
President Ruto is NOT okay. He needs urgent medication. His legs and hands are swollen. He resembles old Jomo Kenyatta when he used to summon cabinet in Ichaweri, Kiambu coz he could barely walk. pic.twitter.com/oSUi8Dmq6k— Abuga Makori EGH,MBE (@KarlMabu) November 22, 2022
Here are some Kenyans' reactions to this;
To the wizards and sorcerers, gravitational edema (swollen legs) is a normal condition after long hours sitting in the cabin. President Ruto is doing great. God bless our president.— Makau F. Muli ???????? (@MakauWaMuli) November 22, 2022
Ruto has swollen legs! is everything all right?— Bernard Mcdor: Molecular Biologist (@KenyanBern) November 23, 2022
Have been studying this photo of our mama mboga chief; both hands and feet are swollen,what could be wrong with Doyen? pic.twitter.com/M5sI3Lj3lF— Perpetua (@PerpsMO) November 22, 2022
On Tuesday afternoon, President William Ruto arrived in South Korea ahead of his visit. He met with his counterpart, FM Park Jin, and they discussed bilateral and beneficial relations that will be strengthened as a result of the visit.
President Ruto is set to attend a business forum where he will promote Kenya as an attractive investment destination for foreign investors.
The visit is also expected to create job opportunities for both countries' tech-savvy youth.