On Monday, August 2nd, Deputy President William Ruto was scheduled to fly to Uganda. The flight, however, was hampered due to an alleged lack of clearance, which is required for dignitaries. Before flying to Uganda on Monday, August 2, Deputy President William Ruto was directed to seek clearance from Immigration and the Head of the Public Service.
Before boarding a flight to Kenya’s western neighbor, the deputy president was to be authorized by the Head of Public Service, according to reports. After the immigration department was tasked with clearing him, the trip was halted due to a sudden change in protocol. Officials assigned to Ruto’s office were initially in charge of his travel arrangements. Ruto appeared to accept the Monday tribulations
in a simple tweet sent on Monday evening.
“Isorait…Tumwachie Mungu…Isorait…Isorait…Isorait…Isorait… (It’s fine; we’ll leave it to God.) “he stated Ndindi Nyoro, the Kiharu MP, and Oscar Sudi, his Kapseret counterpart, accompanied Ruto.
According to Sudi, the deputy president had been stuck at Wilson Airport since midday and had left the airport for his home out of frustration. “We were detained at Wilson Airport for more than 5 hours, along with Deputy President William Ruto. Our flight was supposed to leave at noon, but the DP was not cleared by the so-called Deep State. Because our flight was private, Speaker JB Muturi and my colleague Ndindi Nyoro cleared us “said the Member of Parliament.
The two legislators had been cleared, but the reason for the delay in clearing the second in command was unknown. “Because our flight was private, Speaker JB Muturi and my colleague Ndindi Nyoro cleared us. We had to wait a little longer than expected until the DP became irritated and left the airport to return home “Sudi remarked.