On Wednesday, Deputy president William Ruto took residents of Nachu village in Kikuyu town constituency by a surprise when he made an impromptu visit.
William Ruto has been away from the public for some weeks prompting questions of his whereabouts during COVID-19 pandemic. An onslaught on his allies in both legislative houses has also seen most people question his silence.
Ruto however emerged to the public today in a less expected manner. Most political commentators had anticipated an earth shaking reappearance of William Ruto from his political hibernation.
Accompanied by Kikuyu town MP, who is a very close ally, William Ruto distributed foodstuff to the residents.
William Ruto also inspected several development projects. These projects include Marengeta Dam which is part of the the dams that are set to benefit more than 120,000 households countrywide.
“We are committed to ensuring that vulnerable Kenyans are supported during this tough period of the COVID-19 crisis besides coming up with broad plans that will facilitate the country’s rapid recovery from the disease”, said William Ruto after his tour.
“Distributed food to families in Nachu, and inspected the construction of Marengeta Dam, Kikuyu, Kiambu County”, posted William Ruto
Among those who benefited from the food distribution are 600 families in Nachu Ward who are part of the wider 3,600 households that benefitted from our food distribution; to shield Kenyans from adverse effects of the COVID-19.