Deputy President William Ruto, on March 13, captured the heart of an elderly woman during his visit to Mosop, Nandi County.
This was after he handed her a title deed, leaving her speechless and in tears as she couldn’t express her joy at finally being able to call herself the proud owner of a parcel of land.
Using her leso, the old woman tried her best to wipe the tears off her face but the DP encouraged her to enjoy the moment by comforting her with an embrace.
From left: Kiharu MP, Ndindi Nyoro, Deputy President William Ruto and Nandi Governor Stephen Sng, at Mosoriot, Nandi County on Friday, March 13, 2020
As he handed out title deeds to the residents of Mosop, he told them that it was not yet time for him to campaign, but promised that when the time is right, he would do it without hesitation.
He went on to dismiss allegations that he was purely focused on his 2022 presidential ambitions, stating that he was simply delivering on promises made to the residents of Nandi by the Jubilee government.
“When we presented ourselves to be elected, we promised voters that we will serve them. I’m requesting all the leaders not to be fraudsters and liars. We should ensure we deliver what we promised our people,
“Kenyans know that we promised them; roads, electricity connections, water, improved technical training colleges and much more. That is our agenda. The president and I are still there working for our people,” he reiterated.
The deputy president was in the company of Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro during his visit, with the two earlier pictured enjoying a casual drive together.
Watch Ruto bringing the Mosop granny to tears below: