The truth behind the most recent claims that the late Joseph Ole Nkaissery, former Cabinet Secretary for Interior Security and National Government Coordination, was assassinated by Deputy President William Ruto has finally been revealed. The former CS, who was also a powerful politician as a Member of Parliament from 2002 to 2014, died mysteriously on July 8, 2017.
Nkaissery died suddenly as a result of a heart attack, according to later reports. Yesterday, The Star Kenya media group published an article alleging that UDA party leader William Samoei Ruto was involved in Nkaissery's death, causing outrage among social media users.
The media group has now denied the post claiming to be theirs, calling it a forgery. Kenyans have been warned to believe only news posted on their official social media pages in the face of such grave allegations. As a result, it is now clear that the DP is not under investigation because the post is completely false.
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