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Beautiful photos of Ruto’s adopted Baby Nadia Cherono Ruto

Among many things, Deputy President William Ruto is known for his kind gestures. His acts like offering to help the poor and his contribution to the churches has made many describe him as a generous man. One act that has stood out over the years is when he offered to adopt baby Nadia Cherono Ruto.

nadia cherono ruto 2 Beautiful photos of Ruto's adopted Baby Nadia Cherono Ruto

The second in command had been invited for a fund drive by Catholic sisters of Madre Ippolita children’s home in Machakos County.

Nadia Cherono Ruto Rescue

During the event, William Ruto heard the painful story of how Nadia Cherono was rescued. According to the narrator, baby Nadia was found buried in the ground with only head spared. By then, the body of girl had begun to decompose.

Nadia was however determined to live. She was taken for treatment and later adopted by Madre Ippolita children’s home.

The story of Nadia Cherono moved William Ruto into tears. He immediately announced that would take her as his daughter. He went ahead and named her Nadia Cherono after his mother.

This is what he posted;

“The story of Nadia who was found buried her body partly decomposing & abandoned as a new born, and has been under the care of Sisters at Madre Ippolata Children’s Home touched my heart. I’ve named her Cherono after my mother and made her part of my family.”

Ever since, beautiful photos of the growing adopted girl have resurfaced on social media. In some photos, the girl has been spotted playing or sharing a good moment with is foster father. This is a clear proof that she is receiving good care from the Deputy President’s home.

nadia cherono ruto Beautiful photos of Ruto's adopted Baby Nadia Cherono Ruto

William Ruto is contesting in August Presidential race. He has promised to revive the ailing Kenyan economy to favour the hardly hit Kenyans. The stiff Competitor of Raila Odinga has assured Kenyans that his win will bring hope to the poor families.

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