The widely held belief that Deputy President William Ruto is to blame for the death of Joseph Nkaissery has been disproven by new information.
Allegations by William Ruto, Deputy President of Kenya, that some leaders have banded together against him in order to sabotage his campaign through intimidation and fraud have been widely reported.
His detractors have continued to attack DP Ruto by publishing false reports linking him to the death of the late CS Interior, Hon. Joseph Nkaissery.
Controversial claims by DP Ruto's critics are contained in the false Star article.
"It's now surfacing that the former Interior CS had initiated a review of a case," said the line beneath "DP Ruto killed Nkaissery." Ruto's adversaries have made accusations in a phony Star story that appears to be from the newspaper.
Ruto's company, Matiny Limited, was awarded a contract to provide police housing in Kenya for 3.5 billion Kenyan dollars per year, according to a report purportedly from the giant media house, the Star. DP Ruto's company, Matiny Limited, was awarded a contract to provide police housing in Kenya for 3.5 billion Kenyan dollars per year.
According to the Star media, Kenyans have been informed of the facts and have distanced themselves from the accusations. The Star warns Kenyans to "Beware of Fake news" as the country gears up for general elections and urges them to avoid falling victim to false information. A fake if it's not on our official website! Please visit our official website for the most up-to-date information"
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