In his campaigns, the deputy president William Ruto have shown his love to Kenyans in various ways making him win the hearts of many across all the ages. Ruto have always shown his giving hand by donating property and money to specific groups and churches as well as to individuals.
However, the most catchy nod of love to Kenyans from the deputy president have been seen during his political campaigns since he has always gone an extra mile to mingle with local Kenyans by holding, hugging and having light moments with little children.
Such photos have always taken the social media platforms by storm where many claim that he is a down to earth and humble leader that many should emulate. At the same time, many criticize his interaction with the little ones by claiming that he is always doing it to make political scores and statements.
Some of his photos holding children are as shown.
Ruto is seeking to be elected as the fifth president of Kenya via the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ticket.
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