Kenyans are surprised by DP Ruto act. According to reports, DP Ruto who has been known to be interacting with poor people through helping them has today did something great to a widow.
According to Kenyans.co.ke, DP Ruto today has been reported to have made a surprise phone call to a widow through Kiambu Women Representative Hon. Gathoni Wamuchomba. Details indicate that second in command promised to change her life for the better through assisting her.
The move made by DP Ruto has left Kenyans on social media talking and praising him for his good heart in deciding to help the widow by promising to change her life completely.
Let us all congratulate the deputy president William Ruto for the good work he always keep doing for the poor souls in our country Kenya. The DP has shown the willingness to work for the rich and poor if he arise to power in the coming election 2022.Meanwhile, please share this information to other people, like and also leave your comments.
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