Deputy President William Ruto addressing residents in previous meeting (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Deputy President William Ruto has been on the spot on several occasions as his critics have been scrutinising some of his acts, most especially the hustlers empowerment and bottom up model.
Critics of Deputy President William Ruto have come out again to expose him of boasting of empowering youths using Government funded projects.
The DP is currently in his Coast tour where he made a stopover in Taita Taveta where he claimed to have empowered the youths with laptops and hair drying machines.
However, looking closer to the machines, it is clear that the machines were funded by NGAAF.
A few days ago, Deputy President William Ruto stated that he commissioned a hall at Nyahururu Primary School which was clearly sponsored by the local Laikipia County Government.
This might bring about too much discussion among Kenyans, but leaders are usually advised on not using Government projects for their rallies.
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