Today in the evening, reports have emerged that the president of this country Dr William Samoe Ruto gave out millions of money to Rigathi Gachagua's former school. As reported by the kenyans.co.ke, Ruto who was represented by his deputy gave out a total of shs 5 million to start a school project as he had promised.
On other hand, Gachagua who was the Chief guest at Kianyaga school gave out shs 3 million while the education CS hon Ezekiel Machogu gave out shs 500,000. Ruto's money was delivered using a bag by Rigathi Gachagua's assistants.
This event happened today where Rigathi Gachagua and his former school mates came together to assist their school. Hon Gachagua studied at Kianyaga secondary school about 40 years ago. During today's event, Gachagua said that he was very happy to go back to Kianyaga school as the deputy president of Kenya 40 years after finishing his studies at the institution. Click https://www.facebook.com/1105884899427847/posts/6887623611253918/?mibextid=y7mdrX8qVBc2p5Sq to watch the video.
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