Former Kiambu County Boss Hon William Gitau Kabogo has dismissed rumours and allegations that Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto is a Corrupt leader.
Kabogo who is a close ally to President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. He has confidently said that there is no way Kenyan Politicians can be accusing Ruto of Corruption and theft, yet they are in the same Government.
Speaking to Kamau wa Kang'ethe on Inooro TV. The flamboyant Businessman stated that if the Ethics and Anti Corruption (EACC) want to know the truth. They should start Investigating from the top leadership.
"If the people who are claiming that William Ruto has stolen the Government Resources. Let them conduct their Investigation fairly by starting from the Top Leadership. The Government of Kenya is Surrounded by Thieves. I mean they steal Everything."
"William Ruto is not in the Government. Matiangi is the one who is representing the President in every Function. So how DP Ruto involving into Corruption?"
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