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Kenyans Told Truth Of How President Ruto Behaves While In Public and Away from The Spotlight

A Kenya Kwanza lawmaker who talked to the press on the situation of facelessness has disclosed the plausible vitality of President Ruto's public grins. He claimed that the president is not as simple as he appears to the public, even though other KKA legislators have praised him for his humbleness.

"Ruto is not a kind person and humble as many see him in the public, the leader is not kind at all", he said.

The William Ruto we know is very different from the one the public sees, he said. The lawmaker said the head of state William Ruto's campaign in Kesses and Nandi hills was proof that he finds it difficult to forgive and move on.

After Mishra and Keter asked President William Ruto for sympathy, he still campaigned against them in Kesses and Nandi Hills constituencies. It's not easy to get the boss's forgiveness, he advised.

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