Raphael Tuju, the former cabinet secretary without portfolio, went missing in Action for the second time during Ruto's meeting currently underway at the state house, attended by leaders who were allies of Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Amollo Odinga, among others.
This is the second time that Raphael Tuju, who served under Uhuru Kenyatta, has missed an event called on by the President of the Republic of Kenya William Ruto to assess the current situation of the nation.
It is still unclear why Raphael Tuju went missing in such a cabinet meeting, as he was one of the key leaders who attended almost all of Uhuru's meetings chaired by Matiang'i after the Fallout between Uhuru and Ruto.
Other cabinet secretaries who were former allies of Uhuru Kenyatta were in attendance, including the current Interior Coordination Minister Fred Matiang'i and Agriculture Minister Peter Munya.
According to images shared by the state house, this is the second meeting of its kind held by William Ruto since he was sworn in as President of the Republic of Kenya.
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