For many years president William Ruto has been known to be a man of taste. He is known to drive in expensive luxury cars for which reason he is respected. Recently Ruto made headlines after he was seen in possession of a luxury wristwatch. Sources close to the president have revealed that Ruto has many other expensive watches including the famous Rolex watch.
A few months ago when Ruto was sworn in as the president he was given an official car to chauffer him around on official duties. The vehicle was a Toyota Land cruiser V8 which was estimated to cost 11.6 million Kenyan Shillings.
Latest reports reaching our studios have however revealed that Ruto now has a new car worth millions of money. While at the police pass out at Kiganjo on Tuesday Ruto was spotted riding in a brand new Lexus LC570. The car is estimated at a cost of Ksh.18 million.
When compared to the Toyota Land cruiser the Lexus model is better equipped. Its security features are good and can maneuver in any place. What do you have say about president Ruto acquiring a new car? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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