Ruto Quizzes Primary School Pupils on Kenyan Politics [VIDEO]

  • Deputy President William Ruto enjoyed a light moment with primary school pupils in Murang'a County after he made a stopover at a school as he was coming from the burial ceremony of Mzee Robert Mwaura Gitau.

    On Thursday, February 13, in a video posted on Facebook, the DP quizzed the pupils on Kenyan politics, where some of the children failed, cracking up their fellow pupils.

    Ruto was in the company of Kandara MP Alice Wahome and her Kiharu counterpart Ndindi Nyoro.

    Deputy President William Rutointeracts with primary school student in Murang'a County on Thursday, February 13

    The DP seized the moment to play with the children after being introduced by Wahome, initiating the games by greeting them in Kikuyu.

    "I am so happy to be here and I want to thank you for welcoming us here. I hope you are studying hard. Are you? Let me see Class Seven students raise their hands," Ruto stated amid cheers from his elated audience.

    "I have a test for you. Do you like to be quizzed?" Ruto interacted with the children as he went on to call a number of them to answer his simple questions.

    The excited children were instructed to raise their hands to respond.

    "What's the name of our Education CS?" Ruto quizzed. "George Magoha," Rodgers Mugai answered to the bewilderment of the DP.

    He then asked who the President of Kenya was, to which one pupil failed, sparking laughter from his compatriots. One of his comrades was asked to help him.

    Ruto blended his questions adding Geography questions like the tallest mountain in Kenya was as the children enjoyed the lifetime opportunity of being part of his company. 

    The funniest question of all was on which party ruled  Kenya, to which one pupil answered that it was William Ruto before stating that it was the Jubilee Party. 

    On Wednesday, October 23, Ruto excited Leshuta Primary School pupils in Narok County after he offered to drive them on their new school bus.

    In the heartwarming video seen by, Ruto was granted the honours of giving them the first-ever ride on the school bus they had been eagerly waiting for.

    Primary school student in Murang'a County enjoy a light moment with Deputy President William Ruto on Thursday, February 13