Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has been challenged to return back the Muteshi land which he is said to have obtained illegally in the Rift Valley region, from a Kenyan by the name Muteshi as he was ordered by the court of law earlier before before mocking and blasting others for disobeying court orders.
Speaking on an interview with TV47, Constitutional and Governance lawyer Ndegwa Njiru, challenged the second in command to return the Muteshi land which he is alleged to have grabbed from Muteshi in Rift Valley, so as to prove that he is obeying the court orders before he attacks his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta for disobedience to court orders.
He should not just attack other people and government stakeholders for not respecting the court orders, while he has failed to return the Muteshi land to it's legal owner as he was directed by the law. "He who comes to equity must come with clean hands so if DP Ruto is to talk about obeying court orders, he should demonstrate that by obeying the court order to return Muteshi's land." He argued.
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