Dr. William Ruto, the deputy president, decided to form a visible political vehicle after declaring his interest in running for president. The vehicle is expected to win the general election. His men, on the other hand, have been linked to corruption and other questionable business situations.
As a result, DP Ruto's allies have been arrested in large numbers, which has enraged the group. Today, things are not looking well in Ruto's camp, as there is a looming problem for Governor Josephat Nanok, after Peter Kaluma's stern message.
The popular legislator said on his official Twitter account that Turkana county lacks water and food despite receiving Ksh120 billion since devolution. As a result, Kaluma believes Governor Nanok is a corrupt official who should be imprisoned in Kamiti's maximum prison.
"Turkana lacks water and food with Ksh.120 billions since devolution! Lock Governor Nanok in Kamiti and throw away the keys for failing devolution!" Tweeted Peter Kaluma.
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