Photo: Maigoya Primary school pupils (Kuresoi North Forum).
Constitutionally, every Kenyan has inalienable right to be voted for in any elective seat provided you meet the set educational and ethical requirements. Before your name finds its way into the ballot box, IEBC must test you by ascertaining if you meet the requirements.
The electoral body is slated to conduct the third general election in Kenya since the promulgation of 2010 constitution. Of the elective seats that are set to draw much attention is the presidential race.
Photo: Outgoing president Uhuru Kenyatta (Facebook/Statehouse Kenya).
The incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta will be calling it quits in few months time and various hopefuls are angling to succeed him. Of the aspirants who stands a chance of occupying that which is under his custody is Kerotet Primary school alumni.
Born in 1966 to Daniel Cheruiyot and Sarah, William Samoei Ruto attended Kerotet Primary school for his primary school education after which he preceded to Wareng Secondary for ordinary level after which he joined Kapsabet Boys High School for his Advanced level.
Photo: DP William Ruto (Facebook/William Ruto).
Ruto is staking his presidential course on the country's downtrodden who have since dubbed themselves as hustlers. His chances look probable and practical and the ball is his to lose.
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