Deputy president William Ruto was the subject of discussion yesterday after the government- through the ministry of interior and coordination of national government blocked him from embarking on a scheduled private visit to the neighboring Uganda.
The aftermath of the drama has seen his allies throw a series of punches at the government accusing them of disrespecting the stature of the office of the deputy president. Others like Uasin Gishu woman representative Gladys Boss Sholei believe that Ruto will soon need permission from the government to travel to his Sugoi home.
In a seemingly mocking tone, Ichung'wah asked if the president would need to clear the deputy president for him to appear on Inooro Radio, asking him to make it clear as early as possible.
"Will we need clearance from State House Kenya to listen to William Ruto here? Or rather does he need clearance to appear on radio ? Twambieni mapema," he said.
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