United Democratic Alliance (UDA) presidential candidate William Ruto kept the internet talking as he shared photos of his meeting with the head of the EAC observer mission and former Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete at his residence in Karen, Nairobi County.
In the photos shared on his social media platforms, the Deputy President donned white trousers paired with a blue blazer but clearly visible was a dirty patch around his knee.
Ruto made no excuse for the dirt defending it in the post's caption, saying it is the 'nature of hustling.'
"Held consultations with former Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete, who heads the EAC observer mission, Karen, Nairobi County this evening. EAC secretary general Peter Mathuki accompanied him. Don't mind my dirty trouser, It is the nature of hustling," Ruto wrote.
The DP has continually presented himself as the chief hustler and is seeking the top position with a similar slogan.
This comes as the nation draws closer to the much anticipated August 9 general election on Tuesday.
The electoral commission has been racing against the clock to ensure voting materials are in the right polling stations by tomorrow morning as Kenya undertakes one of the most expensive elections in Africa.
Polling stations will open at 6:00 am and close at 5:00 pm tomorrow with at least 80 per cent of the 22.1 million voters expected to cast their ballots.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) will be seeking to deliver a foolproof exercise after pumping over Ksh40 billion into it and banking on technology to ensure the process is accountable, verifiable and efficient.