Controversial Blogger, Abraham Mutai has elected reactions from Kenyans after he Allegedly attacked the Deputy President William Ruto over the meeting he held on Monday with the new security officers that were deployed in his home.
Through his Twitter account, Mutai Criticized the Deputy President William Ruto for holding the meeting in the full glare of Media Cameras. He questioned whether this was actually necessary. He went ahead to claim that this was all intended for the Media as the meeting was not done in good faith.
"Was it necessary for the APs to agree to be received with full media cameras in tow? All this could have happened without the cameras! They all knew it was intended for social media to further a narrative for William Ruto but still allowed it. It wasn't done in good faith!" Mutai Wrote.
Kenyan however told off Mutai citing that the intentions of removing the General Service Unit Officers from Ruto's home and replacing them with Administration Police Officers was intended to frustrate Ruto but the plan seems to have failed. Other cited that Ruto has outsmarted those who wanted to humiliate him.
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