We can definitely recall the case that has been following DP Ruto concerning the 2007-2008 post election violence. It's something that triggered different reactions as people continue to recall the dark sides behind it. Mutahi Ngunyi has always been among the few politicians who are on their toes trying to unravel the case.
We might be having an idea about the force from opponents that is targeted towards ensuring DP Ruto goes back to Hague, a culculated move to stop him from his presidential ambitions. Speaking about what happened to DP Ruto that almost landed him in trouble, Mutahi Ngunyi quoted this;
"Last year, an ALLEGED associate of Ruto SURRENDERED to ICC. His CLAIM:he had tempered with WITNESSES in the Ruto case. Pierre BEMBA did the same in DRC. After his case was DISMISSED it was revived. Gicheru went to The Hague to FIX Ruto. HAGUE EXPRESS is loading."
Actually, such messages have always been meant to send a major threat to DP Ruto. However, DP Ruto has a good number of people who have always offered to stand firm with him and defend him. Meanwhile, have a look at how people reacted to this;
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