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Hassan Joho Exposes Role That Ruto Played In Sale Of Mombasa Port To Dubai Firm

DP Ruto finds himself in the trap of individuals who contributed in the sale of Mombasa port

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According to Kenya Kwanza Alliance, the Kenyan government surreptitiously sold three ports to Dubai Port World FZE. Musalia Mudavadi who is the the leader of the Amani National Congress party made the declaration. Hassan Joho, the deputy party leader of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has said that Deputy President William Ruto, a presidential contender for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), was involved in the sale of the ports while speaking to a sizable crowd in Nyamira county.

Joho went ahead  and further stated that the leader of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance was at the center of the scandal. He also gave the counties of Mombasa, Lamu, and Kisumu as the locations of the ports. According to Joho, DP Ruto was in the deal but he is busy trying to put away bees from his tail by dragging all the problems to Uhuru Kenyatta now that he was the one in control of the government.

This tells it all that DP Ruto might have played a certain role but on sensing that things are not summing up well and counting himself in this might cost him,he decided to boldly betray his boss and pretend to be knowing nothing about what is exactly happening to the people.

This is something that has continued hitting headlines to ruin Raila’s image and turn tables against him at the coastal region which is believed to be his political bedroom. However, the question remains to will it be possible to chance the people’s attitude towards Raila in his stronghold.

DP Ruto has continued using any minor failure in Uhuru’s government to finish Raila with it advising people to turn against him. This is something that has left Uhuru a very regretful man because of how someone he once declared his running mate is the one betraying him.

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