Deputy President William Ruto has eaten a humble pie following the directive that he would need state clearance before flying to Uganda on Monday, August 2.
According to reports, the deputy president was to be authorized by the Head of Public Service before boarding a flight to Kenya’s western neighbour. The trip was halted following a sudden change of protocol after the immigration department was tasked to clear him. Ruto’s travel arrangements had initially been handled by officials assigned to his office.
In a simple tweet sent on Monday evening, Ruto seemed to have acceded to the Monday tribulations. “Isorait…Tumwachie Mungu. (It’s alright, let’s leave it to God),” he said.