- Philip Etale says Ruto was the Chief Architect of State Capture.
- Etale says during Uhuru to first term, he mastered the art of State Capture where he held hostage State Officers.
- He claims that he habit was was stopped by the handshake.
The Orange Democratic Movement party Director of Communications Philip Etale has said the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate Dp William Samoe Ruto was the Chief Architect of State Capture.
In a statement on Tuesday 5th July 2022 evening, the outspoken Etale say during Uhuru to first term in office, he (Ruto) mastered the art of State Capture where he allegedly held hostage State Officers and Parastatal Chiefs who delivered to him money in bags and briefcases.
According to Etale, the manace was unceremoniously brought to a halt by the infamous handshake between Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
"The Chief Architect of State Capture was non other than William Samoei Ruto. During UhuRuto-1, he mastered the art of State Capture where he held hostage State Officers and Parastatal Chiefs who delivered to him money in bags and briefcases. That was stopped by the HANDSHAKE." He said in a social media post.
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