Governor Ngilu Now Calls On DP Ruto to Step aside


Kitui Governor Hon Charity Kaluki Ngilu has called on the Deputy President Dr William Ruto to step aside over corruption allegations, the COUNTY DIARY has learnt.

Through a communique from the office of the Governor which was shared on social media, the Governor wrote;

” l am shocked by the revelations that seemingly fraudulent activities of high magnitude can be hatched and planned in the office of the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya.

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The Deputy President’s Office, is part of the Presidency which 47 million Kenyans have entrusted with high responsibilities and especially ensuring security of citizens
and their property.

The holder of this office, therefore, is expected to be beyond reproach

It’s disheartening to learn that this trust has seemingly been broken by the Deputy President who has clearly breached the security of the country by en gaging in take
arms deal, the Governor wrote.

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It is now evidently clear through his own admission that these activities have been taking place in his office, which he admitted in his tweet that the meeting took place
albeit for 23 minutes.

This happening in an office that should be beyond reproach is certainly putting the country, the Presidency to shame, ridicule and has now gone beyond acceptable limits.

This is not the first time Dr Ruto’s Name has been mentioned in similar fraudulent activities.

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Stephen Ngei Musyoka proprietor of Makindu Motors, is a living victim of these mafia like schemes that take place at the DPs oftice.

In 2018, in a similar run in with con men operating from Dr Rutos office, Mr Musyoka supplied 2,800 laptops worth Sh200 million. To date Mr Musyoka has never been paid.

The Deputy President should stop hoodwinking Kenyans through tweets and do the honorable thing, STEP ASIDE and let investigations be conducted in an impartial
environment, Charity Kaluki Ngilu Governor wrote.