Wiliam samoei Ruto is the fifth president of the republic of Kenya.
He has been doing several campaigs across the country together with his running mate Rigathi Gachagua.
He has been advocating for peace and unity in the country.
He has also been advocating for the bottom up economy and the Hustler nation.
His political party is UDA, United Democratic Alliance party.
Today in a post by kenyans.co.ke, there was a post which has left many talking.
According to the post, president William samoei Ruto was spotted operating an excavator during the launch of mtwapa kwa Kadzengo Kiligi Road in mtwapa Kilifi county.
Netizens were amazed by the act saying that he was not a selfish leader.
Netizens reacted differently and they had this to say,
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