In the country, Kenyans can acquire land through inheritance, buying or given as gifts from their friends or close relatives. Furthermore, acquisition of land in the country should be done legal and title deeds issued.
According to the source, Kenyans have stormed the internet this morning after Daily Nation Newspaper revealed how Deputy President William Ruto acquired thousands of acres at coast region. As per the report revealed by Daily Nation, it has been reported that, deputy President William Ruto was given 2500 acres in Taita Taveta by Criticos. Deputy President William Ruto was awarded the Mata farm by the company. Fu, deputy President William Ruto has confirmed that he received the total number of acres from Criticos.
Furthermore, several Kenyans have this mourning reacted. Through their post in social media facebook, some have revealed that deputy President William Ruto would have refused such gift because several Kenyans are landless. Look some reactions from Kenyans in social media facebook;
This comes in as deputy President William Ruto has been moving around the country to seek support from Kenyans before general elections.
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