Deputy President William Ruto is keen on capturing the presidency in the August 9th general election as he will be looking forward to succeeding outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The presidential hopeful has been holding intense campaigns across various parts of the country to rally Kenyans to back his bid for the top seat.
DP Ruto while on his campaign trail on Tuesday evening granted a woman a huge sum of money and instructed her to pick from one of the top politicians who joined him in the campaign.
The Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate granted a Mukuru Kwa Reuben woman KSh200,000 to pay her daughter's school fees after she was unable to raise school fee to join Form 1 and pay for her four years in secondary school.
The Second in Command went ahead to ask her to pick the money from United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party's Nairobi County gubernatorial candidate Johnson Sakaja.
"Sasa wewe mum...unaskia, huyu ni mtoto wako. Umesema amekosa school fee na sasa umekutana na Hustler. Wacha sasa nitakupea shilingi elfu mia mbili uende ulipie school fee ya miaka nne. Utaenda kuchukua kwa Sakaja," DP Ruto said.
The generous move by the DP has triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed the internet to pen various thoughts including;
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