Barely a few hours after the reports emerged that Deputy President William Ruto was blocked from leaving the country to the Neighbourhood Uganda in Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by the Interior Ministry led by Dr Fred Matiangi.
The Deputy President has now broken his silence in a short statement that has attracted a mixed reaction from Kenyans who have since shown sympathy to the second in command for being humiliated.
According to the report shared on social media Deputy President William Ruto has stated the alleged blockage by the ministry of Interior Ministry is true and he has since left everything to God.
This barely comes at a time when the political temperature in the country is rising especially when we are edging closer to the 2022 General Election where he is hoping to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Meanwhile, Do you think that the ministry of Interior led by Fred Matiangi is right to block the Dp from jetting to Uganda, share your thoughts?
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