Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has suffered a huge blow after Kaluki Ngilu exposed the darkest episode of his land-grabbing story. Addressing her press, Ngilu has said that she witnessed William Ruto trying to grab Langata Primary School piece of land which belonged to the kids of came fr poor families.
She has added to this by saying that even the birds of air know that Ruto is the biggest land grabber in the country, and this has raised some reactions through social media where some netizens have revealed that they are ready to vote for him during 2022 presidential elections.
"I once served as the minister of land and witnessed William Ruto trying to grab a piece of land that belonged to the poor children in Langata Primary School. Even the birds of air know that William Samoei Ruto is the biggest land grabber," Says Kaluki Ngilu.
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