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MP Alleges Further Plans by State to Tame Ruto, Mentions Claims of DP's Money Stashed in Foreign Bank

In 2019, the Kenyan government through the Central Bank of Kenya,made it clear that they were intending to change the faces of Kenya's currency notes.No explanations were given as to why such change could come at the time.

The year however, was a kind of its own as it was the time DP Ruto was starting to distance himself from President Uhuru Kenyatta, after the latter joined hands with Raila Odinga.

And now according to nominated MP David Ole Sankok,the recent attacks by government agents on DP Ruto is nothing new to them.

He further added that the state agents have been twisting facts just to discredit DP Ruto and his Hustler Nation ideology.

Sankok further revealed that the faces of Kenya's currency notes were changed, because the state had suspected that DP Ruto was keeping billions of money in foreign banks.

Photo: New currency note.

He also said that the BBI report was put in place as one of the ways to stop Deputy President William Ruto from ascending to power in 2022.

The Tangatanga MP further said that all attempts by state agencies to dismantle DP Ruto,has all failed despite such efforts being put in place.

Thins happens as DP Ruto and his allies continues to push for Hustler Nation ideology, despite recent exposures by state officials such as Fred Matiang'i and attacks by ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru.

To DP Ruto's allies,the attacks being meted on DP Ruto is just a tide and with time,the dust will settle down and the happiness the DP deserves will come knocking.

Image: Old currency note.

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