Today, despite it being a swearing in ceremony for William Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua, the two made it look like a normal office days and we saw them delegating duties to new staffs. Apparently, news has emerged concerning the two contrary things that Ruto has done which former president Uhuru Kenyatta refused to do. The first thing was when he ordered that all cargo clearance be reverted to Mombasa port. It be noted that Uhuru had barred this process and necessary stakeholders requested Ruto to change that rule immediately he gets into power, something which he did. The second thing was when Ruto appointed six judges today. The judges included George Odunga, Aggrey Muchelule, Weldon Korir, Joel Ndung'u and other two whose names are yet to be published by a trusted source. As reported earlier, these judges were rejected by Uhuru Kenyatta on concerns of integrity and other details which were not revealed. Today, Ruto has made it contrary by appointing them and assigning them tasks while Uhuru Kenyatta was still there watching. More details reveal that attempt to swear the judges into office during Uhuru's time was unsuccessful but now they will be sworn into office in Ruto's regime. These are the two things that Ruto has done in contrary to Uhuru when he was still a president. Source, Business Daily, Nation.
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