•In the Wednesday presser, set to be held at a Nairobi Hotel, officials had to swing into action to have the portrait fixed.
President William Ruto's officials had a panic moment ahead of his presser Wednesday when they discovered that the venue set to host the head of state had no portrait mounted on the wall.
Protocol dictates that when the President is visiting an area during which he will address a function, his portrait should be mounted strategically on the adjacent wall.
In the Wednesday presser, set to be held at a Nairobi Hotel, officials had to swing into action to have the portrait fixed.
The panic moment saw journalists break into a peal of laughter.
The officials were seen hammering a nail on the wall and hanging Ruto's portrait.
President Ruto is set to hold a joint presser with Safaricom, KCB, and NCBA CEOs.
CBK governor Patrick Njoroge will also present.
The group are holding a joint meeting after which they will issues a statement.
The presser was to start at 12:30 pm but was delayed due to the changes in attendance.