The Kenya Police Reveals Why Tents Were Dismantled at the Burial Service of The Late Ronald Sagurani
Taita Taveta County residents were treated to an high octane drama this morning at the burial service of the late Mahoo Ward MCA, the late Hon. Ronald Sagurani after police dismantled tents stipulated to house mourners. Politicians allied to the Deputy President, Dr. William Samoei Ruto articulated that the perpetrators of this obnoxious act were under instructions from above to disrupt the solemn occassion and bring down the tents just because William Ruto was set to grace the occassion.
A week after the Mahoo Ward MCA, Hon Ronald Sagurani who was the leader of minority in the Taita Taveta County Assembly succumbing while on treatment at a Mombasa hospital, his body will be laid to rest today on August 24th and a funeral ceremony that'll precede that burial is currently underway at his home.
A day after President Uhuru Kenyatta daring Deputy President William Ruto to resign from office and allow those who are ready to support his agenda for this country to move forward, the DP himself has come out to speak his mind and answer the President with regards to that challenge.
In a media interview with journalists at State House, President Uhuru Kenyatta openly asked the Deputy President to resign if he was tired of this government. He said that that is what happens in developed democracies. The President accused the Deputy President of working against him. The Deputy President on the other hand has been sighting humiliation from a section of a section of government officials.
Drama was ensued I'm Taita Taveta hours before deputy president William Tito arrived for the burial of Mahoo Ward Member of parliament Late Hon. Ronald Sagurani. The drama started when the police officer cane into the burial scene and brought down tents that were meant to host the mourners.
Deputy President, William Ruto. The deputy president, William Ruto, has once again become a subject of discussion following his sentiments today at the Coast region where he attended two burial ceremonies. He first attended the burial of Mahoo MCA, Ronald Sagurani in Taita Taveta county.
Just a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta asked his Deputy Dr. William Samoei Ruto to resign if he doesn't support his agendas, DP Ruto today vowed that he will not retreat nor surrender. He said that he will keep on pushing for his agendas of bottom-up economy model and make sure that there's a creation of employment and distribution of wealth among Kenyans.
“Poleni Familia" DP Ruto Emotionally Mourn Mahoo Ward MCA, Apologizes To Family After Police Did This
A terrible incident occurred in Mahoo ward on Tuesday morning, when police disrupted a burial service for Ronald Sagurani, who died on Tuesday last week while undergoing treatment at Pandya Hospital in Mombasa. The cops had disrupted the funeral by tearing down tents and ejecting people. Various leaders, including His Excellency William Samoei Ruto and Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro, were present during the ceremony.
Taita Taveta county residents lost an astute leader Hon. Ronald Sagurani who died after a short illness. His burial ceremony is currently taking place at Mahoo ward in Taita Taveta county. Various leaders from the region are attending the burial ceremony. The initial burial site was disrupted by police officers.
Partners of the representative president William Ruto have deplored earlier today and affirmed that there were endeavors to keep him from going to the internment of Mahoo Ward MCA Ronald Sagurani. "So police in Taita has scattered grievers and cut down tents since Representative President William Ruto was going there.
Today police officers disrupted the burial ceremony of the late Mahoo MCA Ronald Sagurani in Taita Taveta county. Police officers brought down tents and equipments set in the burial site. Local residents who had gathered around were also dispersed by the police officers. Speaking in the burial ceremony, deputy president William Ruto apologized for the mess done by uniformed officers.
The deputy president William Ruto has today responded to the critics and pressure mounted on him by his opponents and Kieleleweke group to either stop attacking the Government he is in or resign. Speaking during the burial of the late Ronald Sagurani MCA Mahoo Ward in Taita Taveta County, the Deputy president in his speech stated that he is a man on a mission with no room for Luxury, retreat or surrender.
Police today disrupted the burial service of Mahoo ward member of county assembly, the late Hon Ronald Sagurani in Taita Taveta county.Police brought down tents and kicked out mourners who had attended the burial service that Deputy president William Ruto was expected to attend. The Deputy president was set to travel to the venue of the burial service after completion of his meeting with grassroot leaders and political leaders from Makueni county , held this morning at his Karen residence in Nairobi county.
Deputy president William Ruto has condemned the police after the officers disrupted the burial preparations for Mahoo MCA Ronald Sagurani on Tuesday morning. Hon Sagurani was a Jubilee Party ward representative and Taita Taveta County Assembly leader of the minority. He passed away on Tuesday, August 17 in a hospital in Mombasa.
The Deputy President of Kenya, Dr. William Ruto has sent an apology to the family and friends of the late MCA, Ronald Sagurani after police officers disrupted the burial service earlier in the morning. Various sources have alleged that the burial ceremony was disrupted to prevent DP Ruto from attending it.
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.
Heavily Armed Police Disrupt MCA’s Burial ceremony on which Ruto had confirmed his attendance Police have reportedly disrupted the burial service of Mahoo Ward MCA Hanel Sagurani, dismantling tents, chairs and chasing away mourners on grounds of violating covid-19 containment measures put in place by the ministry of health.
Deputy president William Ruto today graced the funeral ceremony of the late Mahoo MCA Ronald Sagurani in Taita Taveta county. The event was initially disrupted by police officers before settling for another venue. The late Jubilee MCA died last week after a short illness. Various influential leaders attended the funeral service.
Police brought down tents and kicked out mourners who had attended the burial service that Deputy President William Ruto was scheduled to attend. The Deputy President was set to travel to the venue of the service after the completion of his meeting with grassroot leaders and political leaders from Makueni County, held this morning at his Karen Residence, Nairobi County.
The police officers have reportedly disrupted the burial service of Mahoo Ward MCA Ronald Sagurani dismantling tents and chasing away mourners. Deputy president William Ruto was expected to attend the burial. Ronald Sagurani lost his life on Tuesday, August 17 while receiving treatment at Pandya Hospital in Mombasa.