Over the years, Kenyan leaders have been seen to send their children to foreign schools, especially at the university level.
Deputy President William Ruto has demonstrated that he believes in the local education system.
Ruto, despite being able to pay for his children education abroad, chose to have them study in Kenya.
His firstborn daughter, Charlene, graduated in 2015 with a degree in communication from Daystar University.
Nick Ruto who recently admitted to the bar, also graduated from Kenya School of Law.
Stephanie Jepchumba, a few days ago also graduated from Strathmore University with a law degree.
In addition to that, the deputy president has three degrees from Kenyan universities.
He got his first degree at Kenyatta University, his masters and doctorate from the University of Nairobi.
This is gesture has made people believe that Kenyans education system can work as long as people believe in it.