Wiliam samoei Ruto is one of the presidential aspirant in the country.
Deputy President Wiliam samoei Ruto has been doing several campaigns across the country.
He has been airing out his grievances to the people.
He has also been advocating for the Hustler nation and bottom up economy.
Wiliam samoei Ruto is political party is UDA, United Democratic Alliance party
Today in a post by G.K malema, there was a post which has left many talking.
According to the post, wiliam samoei Ruto was seen holding a baby.
He was coming from Nairobi where prayer service where held and various leaders attended including president Uhuru Kenyatta.
After he landed in Mombasa,there was a woman who was carrying the baby and wiliam samoei Ruto took the baby and also carrying that baby.
Here are some of the photos,
Netizens reacted differently and they had this to say,
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