The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party chairman Hon. Johnstone Nduya Muthama has strongly condemned the incidence that was targeted at humiliating the Deputy President William Ruto at the airport on his way to Uganda. The Deputy President William Ruto was kept waiting at the airport for close to five hours, something that has raised serious questions on who dared to humiliate the second in command.
However, according to former Machakos Senator, who is also the UDA's Chairman, the actions of blocking the Deputy President William Ruto from visiting Uganda on his private visit was barbaric and an act of dictatorship. The UDA Party chairman has gone ahead to call out police officers in what he's claiming is behaving like militia. The former Machakos Senator says that freedom of movement is enshrined in the 2010 Constitution, and therefore the Deputy President William Ruto is entitled to enjoy it. This is the second time the Deputy President William Ruto has visited Uganda, raising serious questions from his Political rivals.
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