In fulfilment of a promise that he made on February 2nd 2020 while in Bonchari Constituency of Kisii County, Deputy President William Ruto finally gifted Bishop Joseph Omwoyo Ombasa of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kenya (ELCK) a car today on the Sunday of April 9th.
The ceremony which was conducted at Itierio in Bonchari Constituency in the absence of the DP who was represented by a number of his allies from Gusii land saw South Mugirango MP Sylvanus Osoro and Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi handover a white Ford Escape as captured in photos below.
As you can see above, the car's registration number is KCY 474A and it looks to be a 2010 Ford Escape.
In the aftermath of that ceremony, we checked around for a few details about the vehicle in our quest to find the amount of money that the DP must have paid for it.
Our research didn't take long before we came to learn that the vehicle was actually being advertised by a car dealer called Car City Limited last year. The asking price was Ksh 1.7 million back then and it's obvious the DP must've bargained for a better price.
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