The Deputy President of Kenya, Dr. William Ruto has sent an apology to the family and friends of the late MCA, Ronald Sagurani after police officers disrupted the burial service earlier in the morning. Various sources have alleged that the burial ceremony was disrupted to prevent DP Ruto from attending it.
Kiharu Member of Parliament, Hon. Ndidi Nyoro criticized the Government for its latest actions on a deceased who deserves a befitting send off. DP Ruto while addressing the mourners apologized to the family on behalf of the Government for the unfortunate events.
@NationBreaking DP RUTO apologises to family of late MCA Ronald Sagurani on behalf of state after police disrupted his burial service. https://t.co/vA9cfU43Ca
The action by the Deputy President shows how the Country's Second in Command is humble and ready to take blame for the unfortunate actions by the Government. His allies have criticized the Head of State and the Government for frustrating DP Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid.
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