Deputy President William Ruto has said that the list of his assets presented by Interior CS Fred Matiangi on Wednesday before the parliamentary Committee on Adminstration and National Security was 70 percent right.
Ruto who was speaking at his Karen Residence when he meet with Nakuru County leaders, trashed CS Matiangi’s submission, describing the disclosure as a much-needed lifestyle audit.
He denied owing the 15,000 Acre ADC land in Mutara ranch in Laikipia.
“The office of the President was 70 percent right, but they added me some properties like the ADC land that isn’t mine,” Ruto said.
The DP applauded the latest guide which appeared to be a step forward from an earlier assessment into his lifestyle by the media which he said they had carried a wrong lifestyle audit on him with properties he did not own.
“In their illegal audit, the media gave me six-eighty hotel and Boulevard which was not part of Matiangi’s list,” he added.
Ruto also noted that the Interior Ministry appears to have missed out critical facts when tabling his property list. He criticized the list, claiming that the document appeared to have left out key details such as his poultry farm which has 200,000 chickens and generated 1.5 millions in daily eggs sale.
“They could have added that in that my poultry business, I have 200,000 chickens that I get 150,000 eggs daily which earns me sh1.5 million daily,” he said
The second-in-command further stated that the lifestyle audit should not have concluded with him and should have extended to other political leaders.
His rebutal comes a day after CS Matiangi scoffed at claims that his security had been withdrawn