DP Ruto’s home upgrade to cost taxpayers Ksh 152 million
Taxpayers will be forced to fork out Sh152 million to ensure that the house of DP Ruto in Mombasa county has been upgraded.
This is the former residence of Coast provincial commissioner (PC).
The contractor is expected to refurbish the unoccupied house so as to befit the status of a Deputy President.
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During his official working tours in Coast, the DP will be expected to put up in that home as opposed to the hotels as he has been doing.
The taxpayers will also cough up a few more billions to see to it that an office of the Deputy President has been constructed in Mombasa
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The Deputy President’s Karen residence will also be refurbished at Sh15.6 million while the Harambee Avenue office at Sh35 million.