Sunday, 22nd august 2021
Equity bank Chief executive officer James Mwangi has landed in hot soup after allegedly giving a loan to Dp Ruto's business ally Harun Aydin.This comes after the Mps summon the bank's CEO over the money amounting to ksh 15 billion as said by the deputy president.
Ruto was recently barred from flying to Uganda at JKIA with claims that he had not followed protocols.Reports later claimed that he was barred from flying because of the man he was with , Harun Aydin, who is a suspected criminal.The Turkish international could later on be deported to his country.Ruto defended his ally saying that he was an entrepreneur and he was helping the businessman in acquiring a loan of Ksh 15 billion from Equity Bank to do investments in Uganda.
Kenyans online have reacted with various sentiments whereby Ruto supporters have claimed that it's the loosing against BBI appelal that has brought the summoning as pay back.Below are some of the reactions.
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