If Deputy President William Ruto loses today's presidential election, he will have a sizable bank account. Mr. Ruto will get a one-time payment of Sh29.4 million and a monthly stipend of Sh981,750 as compensation for his work.
There will also be an allowance for local and overseas treatment costs, paid for by "a well-known insurance firm" on top of everything else.
As part of the government's four-year plan, they would be given three brand new cars to drive, and all accompanying expenditures would be covered. Due to the 2015 Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Act, all designated state officials, including the Deputy President, are eligible for benefits.
Every four years, the exiting vice presidents receive two luxury automobiles with an engine capacity of no more than 2,000 cubic centimeters (cc). The government of Kenya gave Mwai Kibaki an Sh25 million honorarium when he stepped down as president in 2013.
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