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Billionaire Paradise; How Deputy president William Ruto Makes Millions Per Day

In a dozen of interviews, Deputy president of the republic of Kenya rose from the life of pauper. He moiled to fight Poverty but he is now swimming in Wealth and would hate to return to his initial hustle.

However, few months ago, Dr Ruto was heard donating at Least 2 Millions at a single church harambee. People may be worrying where he gets all these money from; here is a revealed story about today's deputy president of Kenya.

In his rural home in Sugoi is a huge tract of land for Ruto, as a Farmer.The deputy president and his first lady Rachel Ruto have thousands of chicken aiming at millions.

Reportedly, Dr William Ruto's chicken farm produces 200,000 eggs in a day, selling an egg at Ksh8, which translates to ksh48,000,000 in a month.

Furthermore, They have many huge incubators that have a capacity of 20,000 eggs each.

Besides his sources of income, Dr Ruto's achievements include the following;

He owns ksh1.2 Billion mansion in his home county, Uasin Gishu.

In the hundreds of acres of his land, he has high-yielding, fast-maturing banana plants obtained from the then Kenya Agriculture Research Institute (now KALRO), hundreds of mango and avocado trees, a maize farm for silage and maize, and hundreds of dairy cows.

Ruto also has hundreds of beehives, and yes, he is very proud of the huge forest on that parcel of land that has his house.

“All these trees, all 150,000 trees in this farm, I planted them myself,” he once told K24 TV in an interview.

Dr. Ruto's private chopper

Ruto's Hublot Big Bang Rose Gold wrist watch worth ksh2.6 million.

Actually, Deputy president rose from grass to grace. Once he was begging but now he is giving.

Once he was an hustler selling chicken, he struggled against poverty but today, William Ruto, Kenya's deputy president hops from village in his private helicopters and country to country in private jets chartered for millions of shillings.

Never despise your humble beginnings, there is always a bright future for a determinant life.

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