Ruto Vows to Continue ‘Kutangatanga’ Since It Is Part of His Job as the Deputy President

    DP Ruto

    The Deputy President William Ruto said on 20 September that he will continue touring Kenya terming it as ‘Kutanga tanga’ claiming it is part of his job to monitor government projects in the whole country.

    The Deputy Presidents Ruto made this remark after the Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho cautioned him against causing confusion in Kirinyaga County.

    The Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho accused Ruto of disrespecting the President by taking advantage of government projects to tour the country even after the president told him to stop ‘kutangatanga.’

    DP Ruto through away the claims saying he is the right-hand man to President Uhuru Kenyatta and would not stop touring Kenya since it is his duty to inspect government projects.

    DP Ruto addressed the matter in Dandora at Tom Mboya School where he donated Ksh1.5 million to be used in sewer lines replacement.

    Ruto also promised to replace worn-out roofs and donated another Sh1 million for the construction of a new kitchen in the school claiming it was his work to ensure all the government projects are in good place.

    Ruto added that if there is sufficient water supply in the country, there will be growth in the economic sector.

    Ruto also called upon the youths to take advantage of the bursaries offered by the government to access education.

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