Political Analyst Herman Manyora has informed what will happen if both President Uhuru and his Deputy are investigated by the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission, disclosing why DP Ruto won't escape the battle against corruption.
Herman Manyora has said that going by the value of wealth DP Ruto has attained for the time he has been in power cannot defend him as the war on corruption cut across, saying that for President Uhuru if he was to be probed, then, it will take time since his wealth can be traced from his father who was the first President.
"If you investigate Uhuru and Ruto, who will be caught? There are those with old money who have had enough time to cover their tracks. There are those who have made money recently and carelessly, they're the ones who will be caught," Manyora has said.
Adding that "What Kenya Kwanza and Ruto mean when they talk about families is the state capture. And by this, they are talking about Uhuru Kenyatta, whose family has enjoyed business at the expense of the government."
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