President Uhuru Kenyatta has finally spoken on Deputy President William Ruto’s Turkish friend Harun Aydin’s deportation.
The Second in Command has been making headlines recently after he was stopped from traveling to Uganda and his ally Harun Aydin being deported back to Turkey.
After the DP was blocked from traveling to Banana land, his allies launched a scathing attack on the government’s key officials who they accused of sabotaging the second in command.
The Head of State finally spoke about the dramatic deportation of the Turkish Investor sending a stern warning to all government officials.
Reports by the Nation today indicated that President Kenyatta reacted with resentment concerning his deputy’s association with people of dubious character.
Speaking during a secret meeting with the Former National Super Alliance principles on Wednesday, President Kenyatta reported having called out the second in command for his association with the Foreign Investor.
The Head of State further sent a warning to civil servants who have been showing their commitment to the Second in Command and not working.
President Kenyatta reportedly stated that he will not entertain people with divided loyalty between him and DP Ruto.
This comes at a time it has been established that a cabinet reshuffle could be looming and DP Ruto’s supporters might be ousted from the cabinet.