While speaking in the UK during his Tour, deputy President William Ruto confessed that he did not participate in the appointment of the Cabinet docket in president Uhuru Kenyatta's second term reign, asserting that the head of State demanded to do things differently whereby he obliged.
However, this has turned out to be a lie following fresh allegations from Lamu Women Representative Shakilla Abdalla who has exposed him and what transpired during the appointment of the cabinet ministers.
Speaking to K24 this morning, Mrs Abdalla has confessed that the second in command lied while in UK, asserting that he was given a half of the cabinet to do the appointment, where she has also pointed fingers at him for allocating all the slot to his region.
"When they divided the government he was given half of the government and he put his ministers there, People should learn from this case where Ruto is a leader who was given half the bread and shared it to his people. How about the whole bread will happen," the Women Representative has said.
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