A phone call from Deputy president William Ruto changed life of a woman from Kiambu. Through the phone of honorable Gathoni Wa Muchomba. Ruto and a woman from Kiambu had a communication.
In a video posted by a writer. Deputy president William Ruto asked the lady. Why she had taken her kids to children home. The lady said that she had given away her kids so that they could get education. Because she didn't have money to pay for their school fees.
"Habari yako. Nilienda kukuta mtoto wako huko kwa children home. Kwanini unapeana mtoto." says Deputy president William Ruto.
"Ni vile zingeweza kuwapeleka shule nikaona niwapeleke mahali ya kusoma kwa sababu sina uwezo wa kuwapeleka shule." says the woman.
However, Deputy president William Ruto told the lady. That honorable Wa Muchomba will help her get her children back. And dp Ruto will help her take them to school. The lady was very grateful and thanked Ruto for the act of kindness.
" Mimi nataka mkae hapo na Gathoni wa Muchomba mpange vile utarudisha hawo watoto uendelee na wao." says Deputy president William Ruto.
Kenyans have reacted to Ruto's act of kindness.
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