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Equity Bank Denies Giving 15 Billion Loan To Turkish Friend Of Ruto, Harun

The National Assembly Finance Committee chaired by Homa Bay Member of Parliament Gladys Wanga summoned Equity Bank managing director to question them over the alleged Ksh 15 billion loan they were offering to Harun Aydin, DP Ruto's Turkish ally.

Equity CEO Mr James Mwangi was supposed to face this committee but Gerald Warui represented him and revealed some shocking details about the 15 billion loan.

According to the Star news reports, Gerald Warui revealed that Equity bank were not in business with Turkish international business man Harun Resit Aydin and they never knew any details about him.

"He does not operate and does not have a banking relationship neither does he have a loan with us." Equity bank managing director Gerald Warui revealed.

This summoning also revealed that Equity bank had no links and never received any call from DP Ruto who had earlier on stated that he called the bank to facilitate the 15 billion to Harun Resit Aydin to Uganda.

The bank has distanced themselves from the previous allegations that they were aware of the alleged transactions which leaves the Government with a hard task of unmasking the real business of the Turkish international in Kenya.

Harun Resit Aydin was deported back to Turkey after failing to reveal legal documents of his business in the country that got Deputy President William Ruto and his allies defended Harun's stay in Kenya.

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