David Mugonyi, Ruto's spokesperson assterted that deputy president, Dr William Ruto was scheduled to visit uganda on a private meeting. He was accompanied by his close associates namely: Ndindi Ngori, Oscar Sudi among others. Paradoxically, he is being asked to seek clearance to travel from the government he helped to form twice.
Immigration misters stalled Ruto's flight for three hours. Ruto was forced to make some calls to some government officials to ascertain what was happening. He was directed to seek clearance clearence from ministry of interior. He was later asked to seek clearance from Joseph Kinywa. The clearence did not came.
Ruto's agenda to visit Uganda was not stated. Maybe because it was a private visit. Hiss close associates were allowed to proceed with their journey after cleared by the speaker of national assembly. Ruto gave up on waiting at about 5pm and head back to his Karen home. He later tweeted, 'is okey, lets leave it for God'
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