Picture courtesy. DP Ruto with Janet Adhiambo.
William Ruto, in his tour of Migori County has met with various people who he has talked to while promising to create jobs for the unemployed once he takes over office next year.
He however, met with one lady, Janet Adhiambo Ondigo, who has been serving her tea in the previous two times that the Deputy President has been in Migori County in the past.
Ruto had a chat with the woman who this round brought her two fish to take to the wife of The Deputy President, Mama Rachel Ruto.
As a show of gratitude, Deputy President William Ruto offered to construct the woman a house as soon as possible.
Picture courtesy. DP Ruto receiving the gift of fish.
Through his social media handle, The Deputy President has said that he will ensure that the woman has a house where she can call her home.
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