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Dp Ruto Breaks Silence After Being Accused Of Owning Several Properties All Over the Country

The deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto through his secretary of communication, David Mugonyi has called out the interior cabinet secretary of interior accusing him of lying after listing the number of properties he allegedly owns.

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While appearing before the National Assembly Commitee, Matiangi called out the deputy president of Kenya along with his allies accusing them of giving kenyans wrong information about the withdrawal of the GSU officers from Ruto's team.

In an incident that happened several days ago, a number of GSU officers who were guarding Dp Ruto's home were withdrawn and replaced with administration police officers

However, according to the reports given by Matiangi, he revealed that the deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto is the most guarded deputy in the history of Kenya saying that the deputy president has over 257 police officers assigned to him and his businesses.

Matiangi went ahead and accused the deputy president of Kenya along with his allies of always looking for sympathy from kenyans saying that most of the information that was being given by most of the politicians allied to the deputy president of Kenya was not true.

While reacting to this remarks, the office of the deputy president of Kenya has refuted claims that everything that was listed by the cabinet secretary of interior belonged to the deputy president.

Giving a statement about this remarks, the office of the deputy president claimed that in 2018, honorable William Ruto expressed his willingness to go through a lifestyle audit in order to ascertain his assets but for some reason, this never happened.

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