Deputy president William Ruto has today been dealt a huge blow after the burial ceremony which he was expected to attend got disrupted by the police who were allegedly sent by the CS for interior security Dr. Fred Matiang'i.
Police who were under strict instructions from the CS Fred Matiang'i were seen bringing down tents at the burial service of the late member of county Assembly for Mahoo Ward Hon. Ronald Sagurani. A move that has been described by many people especially those in the Hustler Nation as that which is meant to frustrate the second in command.
Mr. Sagurani was a jubilee party Ward representative and Taita Taveta county Assembly leader of the minority who passed away on Tuesday last week in Mombasa hospital.
As reported by one of Ruto's confidants, Mr. Dennis Itumbi, the move was engineered by people close to the president who still are frustrated by the fall of the BBI.
A report is yet to be issued by the police with regards to the disruption of the event which had already started to take place and mourners were already at the burial ground.
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