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Burial Ceremony Linked to William Ruto Disrupted as Ruto’s Ally Cries Foul over Unfair Treatment

Ruto was expected to attend a burial ceremony in Taita Taveta Tuesday morning in the company of several legislators and allies. However, according to his close ally from Kiharu Ndindi Nyoro, the burial has been disrupted by the police. He now claims that this was because the deputy president was supposed to attend. 

Ndindi now blaming the government for treating the deputy president and his allies unfairly, saying that these are signs that the current regime is afraid of the deputy president's influence in the country. He further said that this will come to pass soon after the president's term comes to an end.

However, a majority of those who interacted with the post reminded him that the government was clear that burial ceremonies should be attended by only 100 people to curb the spread of the virus in the country do you think this was targeted at the deputy president? React below.

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