The deputy president William Ruto has now been going through a hard time in the recent past regarding his Weston Hotel. The deputy president however was very clear in indicating that he did not grab the public land which his famous Weston hotel stands but he legally bought it constitutionally. These whole dramatic events have just taken the deputy president by storm.
Kipchumba Ronoh, a vocal youth activist has gone on record to claim some serious allegations against the deputy president concerning his lands where he has set up superior buildings such as the famous Weston Hotel.
Ronoh also claimed that the public appetite that th3 deputy president has for land cannot be satisfied. He categorically went ahead and made some serious allegations that he has grabbed Muteshi Land, Kenya Pipeline and also the land which Weston Hotel stands. This serious allegation has caused an online stir with many mixed reactions concerning the legitimacy of the said allegations.
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