The deputy President has attracted the attentions from Kenyans lately following consecutive wins endured by his allied party UDA in the previously concluded Juja and Rurii polls and also the nullification of the 2020 constitution amendment bill, BBI.
However, a new revelation has come out in as far as the country’s next budget is concerned and how it is expected to be undertaken. Treasury CS, Ukur Yatani has revealed that DP Ruto’s house is set to undergo refurbishment, in what in his estimates is set to cost the tax payers at least Ksh.103M
According to the CS, the [Harambee House] is set to be allocated with Ksh.63M for general works and the other; DP's Karen office atleast Ksh.40M for refurbishment. Yatani further revealed that the
The CS further webmnt ahead to explain how the maintainance expense is expected to rise up to Ksh.38M by 2023. DP Ruto’s Karen offfice is loocated at the outskirts of Nairobi and is at his official residents. The office is considered to be DP Ruto's favorite by how he oftenly hosts meeting at this office than the one at the CBD.
Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto (centre) with UDA leaders during a past visit. PHOTO|COURTESY
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