Early this morning, a lawyer has just revealed in live television that Ruto has never put efforts in ending corruption but instead encouraged it. He added that the deputy president does not know of the existence of corruption in the country and therefore never saw the need to fight it like President Uhuru did.
The lawyer linked the deputy president to associates who have been involved in corrupt activities that rendered them summoned by Ethics and Anti corruption committee and even stripped of their duties in government. His circle has been exposed to be constituted of individuals who are greed for money and power for self gain.
These accusations against the deputy president comes just weeks after it was claimed that he owned businesses and lands which he allegedly grabbed since he cannot account for them. He however, had refused the claims and even went on to advise his rivals to share the pieces of lands he allegedly owned to hustlers.
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