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Amount DP Ruto Was Paid 2013 and 2017 In Exchange Of Kalenjin Votes.

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Amount DP Ruto Was Paid 2013 and 2017 To Sell Kalenjin Votes To Uhuru.

Have you been wondering why deputy president William Samoe Ruto have never cared to claim the alleged 10 year each presidential deal between him and president Uhuru Kenyatta? This might the the reason.

It is now emerging that there was a real deal for deputy president William Ruto to support president Uhuru Kenyatta in the last two election, and a fake deal to win the supporters of deputy president William Ruto.

The real deal is that deputy president William Samoe Ruto was paid to support president Uhuru Kenyatta without any return favor in future. A deal that was done through three rich businessmen in Mt. Kenya, Mama Ngina Kenyatta and president Uhuru’s brother, Muhoho Kenyatta.

The sources have disclose that deputy president Willima Ruto was paid a total of up to Ksh 5 Billion to agree to surrender his party, United Republican Party (URP) to form Jubilee coalition with Uhuru Kenyatta’s party The National Alliance (TNA).

According to the star newspaper, deputy president William Ruto was paid Ksh 1.3 billion in 2012 to agree to form a coalition and another Ksh 1.2 billion after Uhuru won 2013 elections. The star reports that this amount was transferred from Central Kenya billionaires bank accounts.

Further reports indicate that out of the three billionaires from Mt Kenya, Two are businessmen from Kiambu who deals with import and export business, and the third billionaire is said to be from Muranga, and he owns a bank.

The fake 2013 deal between president Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto was 10 year presidential support for each.

This fake deal was meant to win the hearts of deputy president Willim Ruto supporters to accept vote for president Uhuru Kenyatta, thinking that the favor will be returned after president Uhuru Kenyatta’s two terms end.

President Uhuru Kenyatta had no option but to convince deputy president William Ruto, who was in demand by them due to his huge support from Rift Valley.

Now the demand seems to have shifted to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, whom many Kenyans believe that he might have also pocketed some amount to agree to work with president Uhuru Kenyatta.

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