The deputy president of Kenya William Samoei Ruto is one of the richest and most successful business people in the country. Ruto publicly said that he earns about 1.5million Kenyan shillings daily from his chicken business.He owns very many assets and business premises. When Matiangi was explaining the security details of William Ruto, he revealed that Ruto owns Five Choppers, and they are stationed at Wilson.
I was able to carry out research and try to identify if it is true that the deputy president has five choppers. Yes it is true and below are the details of the five choppers that are alleged to be owned by the deputy president and their estimated costs.
1. 5Y KDM, an Airbus H145 T2 purchased at KSh970 million
2. 5Y DSC Eurocopter 130 T2 which costs KSh740 million
3. 5Y KDN Airbus H130 that goes for KSh330 million
4. 5Y DSN Airbus H125 costing KSh290 million
5. 5Y SAK Airbus H125 going for KSh290 million.
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