Deputy President William Ruto spoke for the first time on Wednesday about an incident that happened two weeks after Jacob Juma's burial when a rumour spread like bushfire among Kenyans that he fainted in his house in Karen and had been rushed to Nairobi Hospital ahead of his medical trip to Turkey. (albeit indirectly)
Some Kenyan bloggers related this to a traditional ceremony that was conducted at the controversial businessman's grave (a torch going off) and concluded that Ruto's time on earth was up. The Deputy President started by asking Kenyans to go for early screening of cancer to reduce the rising cases of cancer deaths.
Speaking during the burial of his brother Harisson Kiptoo Korir, in Kamagut, Uasin Gishu
County, Ruto said that if...
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