DP William Ruto Criticized After Visiting A School On A Learning Day
By Andy411 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Chebisaas Girls high school was lucky to be hosting the Deputy President in their school. Doctor William Ruto was in Nandi County to open an administration block and tuition block.
The politician was praised by many netizens. Here are some their comments.
Sabamia said," I love this, you are the perfect man to run the opposition come 2022. You know how to create PR where it deserves, kindly make sure when you become one, put our Fifth president Raila Odinga on toes."
Elias said, "Why would you open an administration block or whatever it is on a working day in school...Who will compensate for the time lost for the learners and teachers? Take politics outside our learning institutions."
Ndung'u wa Wambui said, "These kids should be scared of you. Wasting all these years in school for a wheelbarrow? I guess we need to scrap education because the amount we pay for one kid in pre-unit is more than the price of a wheelbarrow."
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