How Many Helicopters Does DP Ruto Have? Popular MP Asks On DP's Riches
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 26 views
Deputy President William Ruto.
Over the years, the Deputy President of Kenya Mr. William Samoei Ruto has seen his reputation rise as far as who owns what in Kenya is concerned. The man from Sugoi has continued to paint the image of a Rich man who has amassed his wealth after starting from the bottom.
This narrative has often been watered down with many calling him out to explain the source of his wealth. A few months ago, the country was surprised to learn that the Deputy President owns several helicopters.
According to Rarieda Member of Parliament Mr. Otiende Omolo, the Deputy President owns about 12 helicopters which he has been using for his campaigns. The ODM MP also revealed that his friends in the Tangatanga camp revealed to him the information that they receive handsome amounts every time they attend a function with the Deputy President.
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