In the past two days, Ruto has been on fire after he said in a meeting that he once almost slapped the president because he had given a bad suggestion. Kenyans fuelled their anger on Ruto when he said this and it is still a hot topic of discussion.
Once again, Ruto has found himself in trouble after Mutahi Ngunyi, a close confidant to Raila Odinga revealed to Kenyans that Ruto ones plotted to kill President Uhuru but was not successful. According to a statement by Ngunyi, Paul Koinange happened to know about the plot and when he was planning to expose Ruto he was killed. It had initially been speculated that Paul Koinange died of Covid but that seems not to be the case. Ngunyi then asked the DCI to investigate the case.
"Dear Kikuyus and KIAMBAA peoples. Who KILLED Paul Koinange. COVID? ZERO. My hypothesis: He was KILLED because he was to EXPOSE a plot to Assassinate Uhuru Kenyatta by Ruto. DCI needs to INVESTIGATE." He said.
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