African heads of state traveled by bus to Westminster Abbey, the location of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral, along with President William Ruto.
Ruto was spotted by Citizen Digital on Monday morning in the shared vehicle sitting next to his wife Rachel.
Samia Suluhu, the president of Tanzania, was also spotted seated before Ruto. There were additional African dignitaries in the bus.
Nearly 2,000 people, including 500 dignitaries from Europe and Commonwealth leaders, will attend the state funeral.
At the funeral service for Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey, President William Ruto is there with other international leaders.
Approximately 500 world leaders and dignitaries were invited, including those from the UK.
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The majority of attendees for the state funeral had to take shared transportation.
According to reports, US Vice President Joe Biden is one of the few world leaders who has been given permission to operate his chopper in London.
To lessen the burden on London’s airports, heads of state attending the funeral were urged to fly commercial.