It has been a significant turn for Dp William Samoei Ruto,The hustlers' chief had his case heard and a decision was made. Many people argued that the vice president should be the president's second in charge.
While serving in parliament, it was alleged that he neglected his responsibilities.Kenyans are currently suffering as a result of the expanding economy.
His case was in court, and a decision was reached, when these allegations surfaced after he had earlier participated in a campaign.
Because it involves a political procedure and should be discussed in parliament as it should, the high court dismissed the complaint. Since everything is going well for our deputy president, he is really relieved. How do you feel about the claims that Ruto neglected his work?
Do you believe it to be factual or do you believe it to be simply propaganda designed to harm his reputation? Leave Your comment and don't forget to share and like.
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