Since President Uhuru Kenyatta fell out with Deputy President William Ruto, things have not been good in Ruto's camp. Many of the DP's allies have been complaining about frustrations and intimidations from the government and things seem to be getting worse as the country heads to the next general election.
As we are speaking, there is a looming trouble to a top governor who is a close ally of Ruto known as Josephat Nanok as EACC was called upon to charge him by Donald Kipkorir. The popular lawyer has been hitting hard at Ruto's camp and today he made it worse.
"Is it proper to be paying Josphat Nanok salary of a Governor when he is an usher on Karen Road whilst Turkana is suffering from extreme poverty, water shortage, cattle rustling Terrorism, illiteracy et al? Why EACC isn’t charging Nanok with corruption is in itself corruption." Tweeted Donald Kipkorir.
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