Friday November 8, 2019 - Deputy President William Ruto has reportedly sold two of his four helicopters to finance his political activities ahead of the 2022 presidential elections.

Word has it that a decision by President Uhuru Kenyatta to arrest senior parastatal CEOs who were stealing public money, dealt a major blow on Ruto.

Most parastatal heads were stealing billions of shillings and taking the money to Ruto’s Karen home.
But since Uhuru’s purge against corruption began, Ruto has not been receiving the dirty money and he has now decided to offload two choppers of his four choppers to fund his political campaigns.

Ruto sold one of his choppers to Energy CS, Charles Keter, as part of his strategy to remain financially liquid. 

Keter has stolen billions from the Ministry of Energy and he is said to be on EACC and DCI’s radar.

The second chopper was bought by Agriculture CS, Mwangi Kiunjuri, who is the epitome of corruption in the Ministry of Agriculture.

Mwangi is already on DCI’s radar over the embezzlement of billions of shillings in the ministry.


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