The Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta and his vice Mr William Ruto on Saturday spent a combined Shs10 million to purchase goats at cultural fair and Kimalel goat auction in Baringo.
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William Ruto who’s reportedly not stranger to this kind of auction, splashed a whooping amount Shs6 million while his boss Uhuru Kenyatta spent Shs4 million at the Baringo auction where 2,500 goats were sold.
A single goat was auctioned for up to Shs12,000, which means the deputy president bought over 500 goats and his boss president Uhuru bought more than 300.
The goat auction which brought together several leaders from the country exchanged Shs25 million in total.
The deputy president is not new to splashing money buying goats, in the recent goat auction that took place in Kajiado country, the DP spent Shs10 million to buy 1,400 goats and said Shs 5 million was from his boss Uhuru.
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