Allegations that have not been substantiated had it that deputy president William Ruto's aide Davis Chirchir who once served as a cabinet secretary in president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration had been arrested at Bomas of Kenya.
The allegations which emanated from a post from digital strategist Dennis Itumbi had it that Chirchir was arrested together with united democratic alliance party director of communication.
However, Kericho county senator Hon Aaron Cheruiyot has come out to issue a statement on the matter. In a social media message, Cheruiyot assured kenyans that the Ruto staffer is safe and that he was allegedly almost arrested at Bomas of Kenya. He thanked members of the public for apparently coming to his rescue.
"Davis Chirchir is fine and Okay. The desperste outgoing system tried to arrest (Davis Chirchir) for unknown reasons as he was leaving Bomas. Thanks to vigilant members of the public who came to his rescue. When it is the final day of the monkey, all trees are slippery," he said.
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