The Deputy president William Ruto is currently on a tour country wide in ensuring he popularize him name before the 2022 general elections as he will be running for presidency. He however seems to be surprising the lucky ones during his visit. He earlier today ensured some students in a boarding school could eat bread for some time.
As he landed in st Anthony "Kakoi" secondary school field with a chopper. He amazed the school principal after allocating a sum of one hundred thousand shillings leaving the boys excited as they would eat bread for some few days. They also cheered happily and were very grateful.
He was welcomed by Boni "Khalwale" who was the former Kakamega senator as he landed. What are your thoughts on the generosity of the Deputy president? Please share your comments down below. Be sure to follow me for such informative articles too. Thanks for your time readers.
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