During the run up to the August 9th presidential elections, the Ruto brigade lied that the then reigning President Uhuru Kenyatta owned Rubis and that he was using it to rake in profits with high fuel prices at the expense of Kenyans.
Strangely, after taking over government, they have brought back Rubis CEO Jean-Christian Bergeron who was accused of hoarding fuel and causing price hikes.
Uhuru’s government ordered the State Directorate of Immigration to revoke Jean Bergeron’s work permit and order him to leave Kenya immediately on the night of April 14, 2022 following weeks of fuel shortages that had caused a public outcry
Jean has since quietly jetted back to the country and has resumed his executive role at the leading oil marketer.
He is said to have sneaked into the country in October just weeks after Ruto’s inauguration.
Jean’s return has sparked a debate among Kenyans, who were made to believe that Rubis Kenya is linked to the Kenyatta family.
It now seems that he was working in cahoots with the current regime to sabotage retired President Uhuru Kenyatta’s government.