Kenyan politicians are known for seeking special and better services in terms of education, medical care and even purchase goods abroad.

Even outside politics, Chief Justice David Maraga recently revealed that he travelled to UK and fell in love with Arsenal because his daughter used to study in a university close to the English Premier League Football Club’s stadium.

Deputy President William Ruto, however, seems to have gone against this grain as far as the education of his children is concerned.

In more than one occasion, Ruto has been seen attending graduation ceremonies of his children who have all been studying in Kenyan schools. Photo: The Star.

In 2019, Ruto’s daughter with Priscah Bett known as Abby Ruto passed her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education with flying colours.

Abby was a candidate at Greenvale Academy in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu, and had expressed her desire to join Kenya High School.

The DP and his wife Rachel Ruto also congratulated their daughter Stephanie Jepchumba who graduated from Strathmore University with a Bachelors Of Law (LLB) Degree on June 28, 2019

The DP also proudly congratulated his daughter Charleen Ruto after she graduated from Daystar University with a Bachelor of Communication Degree in 2015.

Nick Ruto, the DP’s eldest son was also admitted to the bar at Kenya School of Law in an event presided over by Chief Justice David Maraga.

This means Nick is now qualified to practice as a licensed advocate of the High Court in Kenya.

“Hearty congratulations Nick Ruto for his admission to the bar. As you begin a career in the legal profession, may you stand true to your calling as a defender of justice, human rights and an avid campaigner for equality and truth,” Ruto wrote on Facebook in celebration of his son.