DP Ruto's ownership of several pieces of land has sparked numerous theories. The powerful man who owns some of Kenya's largest estates claims that all of his lands are legally held. DP Ruto addressed the matter of the 2,536-acre Mata Farm in Taita-Taveta County in Lamu, claiming actual ownership.
DP Ruto explained how he came to possess the land, saying he did so after assisting former Taveta Member of Parliament Basil Criticos in repaying a loan owed to the Agricultural Finance Corporation. However, many people have been circulating false information about it.
"I am also a Mata elder since I assisted the former Taveta MP in repaying his AFC loan and he granted me a piece of land," DP Ruto explained.
Source Link: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/basil-criticos-awarded-me-2-500-acres-of-his-farm-dp-william-ruto-says-3826254
DP Ruto was in the coastal region where he managed to address several people in the region in rush to save his presidential bid. DP Ruto has always been linked with several such related such issues.
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