ODM popular blogger Robert Alai has sparked mixed reactions online after he shared alleged payslip for the Deputy President William Ruto.
The Deputy President William Ruto has been reaping big in terms of his net salary annually since the receipt has shown that he earns Kshs. 1 million per month.
According to the Payslip, DP Ruto earns a Gross Salary of Kshs. 1,919,499 with total deductions amounting to Kshs. 760,929.31. This has brought the Net Salary for DP Ruto in the month of March to be 1,158,569.69. According to Alai, he alleged that DP Ruto has allegedly been claiming that he has no job but in the real sense he receives huge salary and allowances.
Kenyans on social media have expressed mixed reactions towards Robert Alai for leaking DP Ruto's alleged Payslip. Many Kenyans have ganged up against Alai as others have highlighted that the Payslip is not genuine one while others have pointed out that it lacks some details.
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