Kakamega senator asks William Ruto to state what his father achieved - 3 months ago, 8 Nov 21:57

By: Asher Omondi

- Malala wants to know Ruto rose from a village chicken seller to a billionaire since becoming DP

- Ruto has always maintained all his wealth was acquired in a legitimate way

- The senator also said it was unfortunate politicians are faulting Raila for the government's misdeeds

The outspoken Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has challenged Deputy President William Ruto to enumerate what his father did for a living and the achievements.

Malala who had no nice words for the Ruto wondered how the self-proclaimed hustler rose from a village chicken seller to a billionaire within the period he has served as the deputy president.

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The senator was reacting to Sirisia MP John Waluke who had accused ODM Raila Odinga of turning his back on maize farmers following his appointment to the Africa Union.

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