Deputy President William Ruto has been giving money to different institutions including churches and groups countrywide. Though he has been condemned about it but many have benefited from the funds he has offered while pundits argue that his generosity is a political gimmick.
The family is one geneorous one as shown by Second Lady Rachael Ruto who appreciated her former primary school headteacher for the mentorship he provided her while she was a teenager at Likuyani Primary School.
Mr. Olaysa was gifted with an expensive ride for the care he gave to Mrs. Ruto at the primary school. It was an instant joy from the family that was mourning the death of their daughter Bolivia Ambuka few weeks ago.
"Glad to have joined fellow alumni of Likuyani Primary school in visiting our former headteacher Mr Olasya at his home in Likuyani. He was a stern, firm and reputable teacher who shaped our childhood years to make sure we succeeded," she wrote on a Facebook page as quoted by Tuko news website.
Kenyans flooded the comment section praising her for the gesture she showed and called many more to give an helping hand for those who ensured they had a smooth running in their early life.
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