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Sunday February 16, 2020 - Deputy President William Ruto has come clean about allegations of his involvement in the controversial Ksh40 billion scam as alleged by Siaya Senator James Orengo on Saturday.
In a post on his social media on Sunday, Ruto dismissed these claims of his involvement in attempts to fleece a military equipment supply firm, Eco Advanced Technologies LLC, of Ksh 40 billion.
The DP insisted that his office plays no role in the procurement for any Government Department or Ministry and thus found it strange that he was being dragged into such matters.
While DP Ruto did not deny that the representatives of the company had been to his offices, he pointed out that the time that they had spent there was way too short, and that they could have been also to other offices that were more in touch with the tender than his office.
"The Office of the Deputy President does NOT procure for any ministry/department.”
“ A question; other than 23 minutes in Annex, for months, which government offices involved in the 'tender' did the scammers visit?”
"Did they access the Department of Defence (DoD)?”
“Who facilitated it?”
“Who did they meet? Get the truth.”
“Forget the sponsored nonsense in the media," the angry DP wrote.
DP Ruto's sentiments attracted diverse views from Kenyans, some of whom urged the DP to shed more light on the allegations instead of bashing the media and other individuals expressing interest in the case.
The Kenyan DAILY POST