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"William Ruto has Not Been Summoned..." DPP's Office Dismisses Letter Circulating on Social Media

A file photo of the Director of Public Prosecutions Mr Haji.

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions has dismissed a letter that circulating online saying the deputy president William Ruto had been summoned by the office.

The letter alleged that Deputy President William Ruto had uttered sone statements that were of interest to the ongoing Investigations into the Arror and Kimwarer Dams scandal.

However, the DPP has noted that there is no letter that has been written to the deputy president William Ruto from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

"The above letter circulating on social media is fake. We wish to state that no such letter has been written in relation to the Arror and Kimwarer case. #HakiNaUsawa"

The viral letter addressed deputy president William Ruto's sentiments that there was no money that had been lost in the two Dams as it had been alleged.

Speaking at the Supreme Court during the release of the state of the Judiciary report, Ruto stated that the money in question is about 7 billion and every coin has been accounted for.

He stated that there was also a bank guarantee on the monies and emphasized that under the Jubilee administration, no funds will be lost.

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