William Ruto's fortune, houses, and enterprises are estimated to be worth billions of Kenyan shillings. Following Matiang'i's public disclosure of some of Ruto's most valuable assets, a list of Ruto's top ten most valuable goods has surfaced. William Ruto has served as Kenya's Deputy President since the 2013 general elections.
In 2020, he is expected to be among Kenya's top 20 wealthiest people. Most Kenyans are fascinated by the DP's riches and real estate interests. William Samoei Ruto accumulated the following fortune, assets, and enterprises in 2021.
The Sentrim 680 Hotel is ranked first (it is estimated to be worth Ksh3 billion)
In 2017, DP Ruto was claimed to have completed the purchase of the Boulevard hotel for Ksh3 billion, causing controversy in Kenya. The hotel is located directly after KBC on Harry Thuku Road, about a 10-minute walk from the city center. There are 98 rooms and an outdoor pool on the site.
The worth of Nairobi's Weston Hotel is estimated to be Ksh 2.6 billion.
The Weston Hotel is conveniently placed near Wilson International Airport in Nairobi's Lang'ata area. The motel offers a variety of air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. A restaurant and an outdoor pool, as well as a 24-hour front desk, are available at this establishment. The Kenyatta International Conference Centre is 3.2 kilometers from the hotel.
A flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a fridge, a kettle, a bathroom, and a desk are included in each room. There is a private bathroom in each room, and some have a view of the pool. There is seating in each room. It takes 15 kilometers to get to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
5 Choppers: Thanks to recent security upgrades, it has been revealed that DP William Ruto owns five choppers estimated at Ksh 1.3 billion.
The Dolphin Hotel in Mombasa: The Deputy President owns the Dolphin Hotel in Mombasa, which is a Ksh 600 million beach resort near the Indian Ocean.
Orterter Enterprises Limited; a property estimated at Ksh 2.5 billion on the open market. Residential properties on Nairobi's Jogoo Road are estimated at Ksh 1.6 billion. The Uasin Gishu Homestead, which includes an airfield and a man-made lake.
A Poultry Business Hub is located in Turbo Home, Uasin Gishu County. This business is estimated to be worth 760 million Kenyan shillings. Rongai's Osere Flats; William Ruto owns the approximately Ksh 500 million flats.
Karen's house is estimated to be worth Ksh 500 million. Oseng Property Limited, with a Ksh 1 billion estimated valuation.
(Estimates drawn from various sources:standardmedia.com, ugwire.com, pd.co.ke, dailybreadnews.com)
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