- Ruto thanks laikipia residents for making him a grandfather.
- He added that he won’t stop coming to there region as a sign of thank you.
According to the President, Nick Ruto’s wife was from the county.
He continued by saying that Nick and his wife had just welcomed their first child after getting married the previous year.
The head of state made light of the fact that dowry in Laikipia is not paid once, and he added that he would keep visiting the region until the procedure was complete.
On Sunday, Laikipia’s residents gave President William Ruto their gratitude for making him a grandfather.
The President claimed that his son Nick Ruto wed a county native while speaking at an interdenominational church event held in Nanyuki Stadium.
He continued by saying that Nick and his wife welcomed their first child last year after getting married.
William Ruto's Houses
“Mwaka uliopita nillipa mahari na ninataka kuwashukuru watu wa Laikipia kwa sababu nyinyi mlimpatia kijana wangu bibi. Tulikuja hapa Laikipia tukalipa mahari na sasa tumebarikiwa nimepata mjukuu wa kutoka huku Laikipia last January, “He remarked.
This roughly translates as, “I paid dowry last year, and I want to thank the people of Laikipia for giving my son a wife. We traveled to Laikipia in January of last year, paid the dowry, and are now grateful to have a grandchild from this place.”
Ruto expressed his gratitude to the people of Laikipia and said that they were now fortunate and progressing in life.
The Head of State made light of the fact that dowry in Laikipia is not paid once and promised to keep visiting the region.
During the past four days, the President and other government representatives have been retreating in Laikipia to strategize how to carry out his plans for the nation.
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