Deputy president, William Ruto commits an academic blunder


When presiding over a graduation at Daystar University where he had been invited as the chief guest- the deputy president commited an academic blunder
– Despite the fact that he has presented his thesis to his supervisors at the University of Nairobi, the deputy president is not permitted to wear a doctoral gown even by the virtue of his office
– Academic critics on social media have attacked the second in command for wearing a doctoral gown while he is just a mere masters degree holder
According to, last week, the deputy president, William Ruto, was photographed- donning a doctoral gown while presiding over a graduation ceremony at one of Kenya’s local universities.
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