Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and his brigade have always been known to be involving quit alot in fundraisers. DP William Ruto has been rated high in terms of giving given that he has a heart of helping mostly churches. Whether it is a scheme in politics or not, he is best known for attending fundraisers and giving wholeheartedly. But DP William Ruto and his brigade have been dealt a big blow by the IEBC.
As reported by K24 TV Kenya, politicians seeking to vie for elective positions in next year’s General Election have until December 9 to participate in harambees, the electoral commission has said. Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati warned that any candidate who violates the directive risk being disqualified from taking part in the elections.
"Chebukati’s warning is based on sections of the law that prohibit candidates seeking elective seats in an election from participating in fundraisers." Tweeted by K24 TV Kenya
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