According to the sources deputy president William Ruto's and Emmanuel Talam has now come out to spill the beans and reveal that the second in command will give his first media interview on a popular local media house. According to the sources the deputy president will be hosted by radio presenters Jeff Kuria and Nyoxx Wa Kata at Inooro Fm tomorrow in the morning from 7AM to 10AM.
According to information shared by Talam, the second in command will make the high profile Interview tomorrow from 7am to 9am on Inooro TV that is under Royal media services (RMS). Meanwhile, many Kenyans would expect him to talk about his humiliation and his blockage at the airport that got the whole country talking.
Deputy President William Ruto was on Monday evening blocked at the airport from travelling to Uganda. The DP’s Communication Secretary David Mugonyi said Ruto and his team had arrived at Wilson Airport ready for the trip but were advised to seek clearance from the Head of Public Service and Secretary to the Cabinet Joseph Kinyua.
In the radio program dubbed Jeff Kuria and Nyoxx Wa Kata interview, the DP is set to open up on many issues regarding Uganda visitation blockage and other progress of many things in the country.
Meanwhile, as the 2022 General Elections nears, the DP is expected to open up on his presidential bid and also address the current state of the economy.
What would you like to hear from deputy president William Ruto? Meanwhile, comment on the comment section below.
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