President of the republic of Kenya, His Excellency William Ruto has finally set the record straight on claims he is trying to capture the judiciary. While speaking today, the head of state claimed that at no given time did he take a cellphone to try and influence the judiciary. He maintained that, his presence during judiciary functions is simply to show support to the system and motivate them to work efficiently.
President William Ruto: "I have never put a telephone call to anybody to ask them to do nothing. My support for the judiciary is so that they can effectively deliver justice to the people of Kenya."
Well, this is coming just days after Odinga Claimed that Ruto is trying to takeover the judiciary by bribing them with lucrative donations and allocation. He continued by saying that, his target is to make sure that his deal are pushed without meeting resistance. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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