Photo of the Former Head of State of Kenya Hon Uhuru Kenyatta (left) together with the Head of State of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto.
It is bad news for the Former President of the Republic of Kenya Hon Uhuru Kenyatta as President William Ruto makes a new move. The move as established by Friday's 'The Star'publication is one of the ways that the Head of State Hon William Ruto is using to counter Uhuru Kenyatta for actively taking part in politics of the country.
The publication has established that in bid to counter the former President, Hon William Ruto has sacked all his (Uhuru Kenyatta) allies from holding key positions in the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA).
Last year as established by the newspaper, William Ruto replaced Francis Muthaura as the taxman chairperson of KRA.
According to the newspaper, William Ruto has sacked Uhuru Kenyatta's men replacing them with Risper Simiyu, David Yego, Mohammed Omar, Pamela Ahago and Paul Mutuku.
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