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Ruto among African leaders ferried on buses to Queen Elizabeth II burial

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African head of states attending the burial of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey were photographed riding in a coach provided by the British government.

As part of the travel instructions supplied by the UK government to the heads of state attending the Monday event, attendees were instructed to leave their vehicles at a designated location in west London.

The G7 nations (the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Japan) have all voiced negative reaction to the proposal.

The G7 ambassadors requested that their leaders receive the full VIP treatment, including using their personal vehicles for transportation and security purposes.

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, is scheduled to arrive in his armored vehicle, known as “the beast,” accompanied by his full security team.

Critics in Africa have pointed out that it seems like only African leaders have followed the rules.

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