The blame game between the deputy president William Ruto and the state seems to have taken a new direction after the Deputy President William Ruto finally addressed allegations of starving officers guarding his homes.
Contrary to the statement by the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government programs, the deputy president William Ruto has refuted that his office starves officers attached to him.
Through his director of Communications David Mugonyi, the deputy president William Ruto has noted that his homes normally provide the guards attached to him with sufficient good.
David Mugonyi also alleged that the officers have been having their allowances being delayed in a move that is likely to cause friction between the office of the Deputy President William Ruto and the government.
In a rather rare move, David Mugonyi seems to be blaming the Inspector General of the National Police Service Mr Hillary Mutyambai for the problems and the challenges that are being experienced by the police officers in the country.
"The only complaint I am aware of is delays to pay their allowances. Their welfare is catered by the Inspector general of police," he said.
This comes days after the deputy president William Ruto was accused of having caused a traffic snarl up on the Karen road by the Karen Residents Association.
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