It is no doubt that the fallout between Uhuru and Ruto led to another fallout between Ruto and the cabinet secretaries that work under the Uhuru-led administration. Today has seen Matiang’I appear before the parliamentary committee on security matters to explain the grounds under which Ruto’s security was reduced and changed.
However, Kenyans on social media have been treated to an old clip of Ruto strongly defending Matiang’I when he was facing attacks from the opposition leader Raila Odinga. The clip has been shared widely with Kenyans reminding him that he was once a strong defender of the interior cabinet secretary.
Matiang’I today listed the number of companies and Business Empire owned by the deputy president and the amount of security personnel assigned to him. The revelation now diving Kenyans with a majority questioning the truth behind the said numbers. Ruto is yet to respond to the claims although his allies are already reading malice.
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