Interior PS Karanja Kibicho has refuted claims that the ministry of interior which is under super CS Fred Matiang'i was involved in planning to block the deputy president William Ruto from flying to Uganda on Monday at the airport.
While speaking on NTV tonight regarding this incident that sparked debate countrywide, the PS says that discussion on whether it was fair to block a sitting deputy president is above his pay grade as his ministry had nothing to do with the blocking.
"That discussion is beyond my pay grade, the Ministry of Interior had nothing to do with the blocking of the deputy president," he dismissed.
His sentiments come few days after dp Ruto was blocked from traveling on the account that he hadn't completed clearance that could allow him to fly to Uganda with his entourage of several allies.
Following this particular humiliation to the dp, both his close allies and supporters accused CS Matiang'i of issuing orders to bar him a thing that was perceived to be unconstitutional.
This was not the first time Ruto has faced humiliation from senior government officials close to his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta since he defected from his party Jubilee.
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