Detectives sent to Khartoum to investigate DP Ruto’s secret Sudan trip in January

The Government of Kenya has reached out to the Government of Sudan requesting information on DP. The regime is investigating Deputy President William Ruto over what made him secretly travel to Khartoum, Sudan 9 months ago. In January this year, the DP traveled to Khartoum with at least four close aides, among them Abdul Mwasera and Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi.

Details have now emerged the government could not establish the mission of the one-day private trip since it was not in government books. The state did not clear him to travel out of the country but Ruto went ahead to hire a private jet belonging to Phoenix Aviation, registration number 5Y-SIR to avoid any detections by the government.

The state is trying to find out what he had gone to do there and there are those in government who believe Ruto had flown to Sudan for a mission against state interest and to plot on how to bring down Uhuru’s regime.

Former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka confirmed in June he briefly met Ruto at Khartoum airport but denied they had a planned meeting.

“I was on my official mission as the Special Envoy in South Sudan and we just bumped into one other with the DP at Khartoum airport.”

“Nothing pre-planned happened. There was no meeting at all. It is a desperate attempt to say the meeting was pre-planned. The DP was in the company of Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi. Also present at the airport was Kenya’s ambassador Chris Mburu,” Kalonzo said.

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