The first in command William Ruto has today revealed that he thought that his now CS Owalo was a sent spy from Raila's Camp after telling him the following during his campaigns. He has said that he really doubted him and couldn't put trust on him at all at first.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, the first in command William Ruto has revealed that when the current ICT cabinet secretary Eluid Owalo came to him at first as he wanted to join his camp he did some research and found out that he was one of the chief campaigners in Raila's camp before changed political side. He also said that he doubted him as he thought that he was a spy sent to know his political tactics.
However later on he realized that indeed the now ICT cabinet secretary Eluid Owalo came to support him with a good heart and never came to betray him alleging that during politics and campaigns many things happen and one has to be very careful with those joining his camp and those decamping. He also went on ahead to congratulate the ICT cabinet secretary as he promises to work well with him. Watch Video
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