Grand Muller has hinted through his official Facebook page alleging that what happened to the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto was government acting small and petty. According to him deputy president William Ruto shouldn't have be stopped from traveling to Uganda.
Deputy President William Ruto has been criticized by a section of Kenyans for associating himself with the Uganda President who most world leaders believe that he is a dictator.
Here is what Grand Muller shared on his Facebook page alleging about the blocking of deputy president William Ruto from entering Uganda!
"What happened to Ruto was government acting small & being petty. If someone wants to travel, they shouldn’t be stopped.
Do you think that the government of Kenya was right to stop deputy president William Ruto from entering Uganda? Because deputy president William Ruto has really been humiliated by president Uhuru Kenyatta's government.
You can follow his Facebook page and read more for yourself;
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