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See What Deputy President Ruto Said After He Was Denied Flying To Uganda

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For the better part of Monday evening, news about deputy president being stopped from flying to Uganda was on trend. The deputy president was visiting the neighbouring country for a private meeting.

The information about the incident was leaked by one of his lieutenant Dennis Itumbi who stated that airport port officials stopped the deputy’s journey to Uganda on orders from above. The deputy was to be accompanied by Ndindi Nyoro and Benjamin Tayari.

Moments after the incident, Dr. William Ruto took to his twitter handle to make a statement. In his statement, he “Is alright…tumwachie mungu, ” which closely translates to “Lets leave it for God.”

His statement actually raises much eyebrows since many expected that he would resist the government action but instead chosen to abide by the order issued by the government.

This clearly tells he is a law biding citizens by not causing drama as it witnessed son years back when the National Resistant Movement general was being deported to canada.

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