William Ruto has been stealing the hearts of many for his generosity work of helping the poor over recenty years. He has been engaging himself in church fundraising program which made Kenyans accuse him of looting h0⁰government funds.
Now new details have emerged of when deputy president William Ruto started his charity work that has stole the hearts of many Kenyans. According to the magazine that has been posted online indicates that back in 1993 Jua Kali charity group chairman, Mr Matthias Mwarabu received 53,000 from William Ruto who was also the former national secretary of disbanded youth for KANU '92. The money was used to pay school fees for 7 students.
This news has elicited reactions among William Ruto supporters who now wants him to be the president comes 2022. His also termed to be the strongest candidate after Raila Amolo Odinga. Although some has been criticized him for swindling money from government even though he is using it to help the needy.
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