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Uproar as Claims of How Ruto Stopped BBI Emerge

Kenyans on twitter and other social media platforms have been disturbed by a list of connected individuals that allegedely played a role in helping the deputy president William Ruto stop the Building Bridges initiative from moving forward.

Photo: The alleged list of individuals and their roles ( zoom/enlarge Photo for clear visibility).

According to the alleged game plan above, the deputy president allegedely used key trusted allies under his cover to facilitate filing of the appeal and influencing the judgement against the building bridges initiative read by the high court judges.

The list claims that economist David Ndii and Ruto's personal assistant Farouk Kibet were the key individuals that connected Ruto to other players.

Ndii allegedely obtained funding from the deputy president to facilitate Martha Karua, Daisy Amdany and the Linda Katiba foundation file a petition at the high court. Martha Karua's role was just filing the petition and making other minor submissions.

Farouk Kibet on the other hand is alleged to have connected senior counsel AhmedNasir to Ruto. The senior counsel allegedely wrote the judgement that was read out by the five judge bench.

Law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi together with Carolyn Kamende were tasked with moving the money given to senior counsel AhmedNasir by Farouk Kibet to High court judge George Odunga. Nasir then handed Odunga the judgement himself, Odunga allegedly disputed the judgement to the other four judges.

Two middle persons (farther and daughter) that is Jerotich Sii and her father retired Major Seii were tasked with feeding information to all the other parties concerning the progress of the deal.

" Where was the deep state," David Ndii said responding to the claims on his twitter.

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