The Deputy President William Ruto is among the politicians who made a success into politics from humble beginnings. This is different from the fact that the likes of President Uhuru Kenyatta and Gideon Moi who got everything prepared for them since their fathers were Presidents of this country. This is a clear sign that when your father is a strong politician, you can as well follow his soot and make a good politician since he prepared the way for you.
DP Ruto's son Nick Ruto has taken the internet by storm after his latest post has gone viral. According to Nick Ruto, he highlights that if you don't have something, you need to work hard and get it because God rewards hard work.
Kenyans on social media have ganged up against Nick Ruto highlighting that his father has already prepared everything for him since he was born when everything was okay. Kenyans have told Nick Ruto that he does not understand what it means to lack because his success is from his father.
Nick Ruto is yet to be a strong politician in Kenya under the footsteps of his father in the near future. Share your views in the comments section and follow us for daily updates.
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