Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has now allegedly revealed on what President William Ruto, during the last regime of Jubilee, did to government cars, electricity bills and staffs' allowances while he was the deputy president.
Speaking during an interview with the media at his Karen home today evening, the second in command said that Ruto funded the office of the deputy president with his own funds for four years.
He said that for four years, Ruto used to fuel government cars, pay for electricity bills and allowances to staff accompanying him with his own money.
"For four years he fuelled GK cars, paid electricity bills, and allowances to staff accompanying him," read a part of the statement.
Gachagua said that former President Uhuru Kenyatta and his staff, had at that time cut funding to the DP's office hence the need for Ruto to run the office's activities with how own money.
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