Vocal Constitutional Lawyer has viciously deconstructed the Deputy President William Ruto after his statement after the airport saga. According to a post the fierce critic of the Deputy President William Ruto, the second in command has resulted to monopolizing God after what happened on Monday. The Deputy President William Ruto was meant to travel to Uganda for his private businesses but was stopped and allegedly told to get clearance from interior Ministry. The move has caused Public uproar from kenyans and mostly DP Ruto's followers and foot soldiers from Tangatanga, who are demanding those responsible for publicly shaming the second in command to be revealed. However, Vocal Constitutional Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru does not see it that way. According to Njiru the Deputy President William Ruto has allegedly converted Public properties to his personal. The fierce DP Ruto's Critic says that Ruto has now turned to monopolizing the name of God even when taking questionable safaris.
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