DP William Ruto’s Biological Father Many Don’t Know About

DP William Ruto's Biological Father Many Don't Know About

TweetShareSharePin33 Shares William Ruto was born on 21st December 1966 in Uasin Gishu to Daniel Cheruiyot and Sarah Cheruiyot. William Ruto’s Biological Father: Mzee Daniel Cheruiyot not known to many is the biological father to the deputy president William Ruto, Much details is not known about the man Daniel Cheruiyot as very little information is in the public domain. Mzee Daniel Cheruiyot. He died in the year 2008 and had seven children and was a successful farmer of both maize and livestock. His close ally and a politician, Mzee Kibor who was a personal friend…

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Full Expose: How UhuRuto Intelligently Escaped From ICC Unhurt

How UhuRuto Intelligently Escaped From ICC Unhurt

TweetShareSharePin77 Shares Nothing baffles me like the amount of sage our predecessors had. Their wells oozed words of wisdom rich with insights and practicality. Whoever chronicled them for posterity did humanity a great service. Necessity is the mother of invention they quipped, desperate times calls for desperate measures, added another guru. None knows how useful these aphorisms can be other than Kenya’s fourth president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. The precedes of 2007 elections plunged the country into an abyss laced with ethnic driven clashes. Statistics reveal that tens…

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Patrick Shaw; Nairobi Policing The Vigilante-Style

TweetShareSharePin1010 Shares Patrick Shaw was a revered police reservist known for his vigilante-style of policing; shoot-outs, car chases, and a long line of criminals who turned up dead after crossing his path. According to a piece published by Business Daily, word going around in the 1970s was that Shaw hardly slept and kept watch guarding Nairobi day and night. Sources close to him, however, confirmed this to be true since he suffered from a glandular disorder; he was so obese that he couldn’t lie down. For this reason, his trademark…

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All You Need To Know About The ‘Boy’ Statue Outside Kenya Supreme Court

Statue Outside Kenya Supreme Court

TweetShareSharePin66 Shares The statue of a naked boy holding a fish marks the entrance to the Supreme Court of Kenya. It used to be known as Hamilton Fountain. This statue was ordered during the Second World War by Mrs. Getrude Hamilton. It was supposed to be placed in Nairobi as a living testimony to what her late husband and lawyer, George Alexander Hamilton who died in 1937 stood for: justice. However, this is not the original statue that Mrs Hamilton had ordered. The original was packed aboard a cargo ship…

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The Death Of 3rd Chief Justice Kitili Mwendwa

Chief Justice Kitili Mwendwa

TweetShareSharePin55 Shares Justice Kitili Mwendwa, the third Chief Justice in independent Kenya, was appointed to assume office at the age of 39. Mwendwa, is the first black African of Kenyan origin, to hold the office of the CJ Kitili Mwendwa. He obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree from Exeter University and a Masters degree in law from Oxford University. Justice Mwendwa was admitted to the Bar in England and was a barrister of Lincoln’s Inn. He joined the civil service in 1962 quickly rising to become Permanent Secretary in 1963…

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How Moi, Raila, and Uhuru UNKNOWINGLY Made William Ruto a Political BEAST

William Ruto a Political Beast

TweetShareSharePin55 Shares Your political analysis will be termed as biased, incomplete, and inauthentic should it fail to capture William Ruto. In Kenya’s political stratum, Ruto is hailed as a son of a peasant with a Midas political touch- Political Beast. William is among the few politicians with impressive political CVs which goes thus; Member of Parliament, Assistant Minister, Minister, Deputy President, Acting President, and now odds are pointing to a possibility of him occupying the house on the hill after Uhuru Kenyatta’s exit. As the popular maxim goes; An iron…

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