|DP William Ruto Showcasing His Dancing Moves At Nyayo Stadium/Photo Courtesy|
|Photo Source; William Samoei Ruto (Facebook)|
Last night, the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto appeared at Nyayo Stadium while dorn in very attractive fashions of shoes and clothing to lead the Kenya Kwanza youths in signing off their charter.
By looking at the pictures, the DP wore a long sleeved T-shirt with green and yellow slides that came out matching well with his pair of shoes and a blue jeans. The way the DP worn left many talking and adoring his best mode of fashions.
On doing our spot check, the second in command wore the "Nike SB Dunk Low Brazil" pair of shoes made of leather materials. It's features comprises of yellow leather upper with green overlays, white laces, white midsole and green outsole. According to Kicks Kenya, the price of the shoes goes for Ksh.4,500 hence not that expensive. Many of these shoes are said to originate from Brazil hence the Brazilian colour.
DP William Ruto is eyeing the Presidential seat in this August general elections.
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