The second in command William Ruto while at his home in Karen residence is today having a question and answer session with hustlers from diaspora. However he has revealed something that the former president Mwai Kibaki never interfered with the judiciary.
According to the video clip seen by the writer, DP Ruto has revealed that when the former president Mwai kibaki was in power he never used one line to call the judicial system and actually he never even used the phone to call instead he would allow independency of the body and not intimidate anyone.
At the same time this comes out after he was asked about handling corruption in kenya once he ascends power, and he added that no one can think of stealing if he is a friend of him. DP Ruto allegedly attacks his boss indirectly by saying that this government has allegedly used different ways of intimidating the judiciary.
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