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Kenya: Eggs go missing at home of Deputy President Ruto


Police in Eldoret are holding four suspects after they were found with trays of eggs suspected to have been stolen from the home of the Deputy President William Ruto in Sugoi, Uasin Gishu.

Eldoret West police boss Zachariah Bittok said investigation was opened Monday after a manager at the DP’s farm reported that 10 crates of eggs were missing in an unclear circumstance.

We are questioning the suspects,” said Mr Bittok. The DP who attended meeting in the Rift Valley over the weekend was not at home when the incident happened. In July 2017, the DP’s Sugoi home came under siege after an intruder stormed in.

The assailant was shot and killed after a 20-hour siege, just over a week before the August 8 election. Rift Valley regional co-ordinator Wanyama Musiambo told the press at the scene that a police officer was shot dead by the assailant during the raid. Sources say the machete-wielding man attacked a GSU officer manning the gate before he gained entry into the house and into an armoury where he accessed the weapons.

Musiambo said the attacker initially had no gun but managed to break into the police armoury once inside the compound. He declined to comment on the motive of the attack, or the attacker’s identity.

The deputy president’s residence is guarded by an elite paramilitary police unit. But several security sources said that the assault was staged by several people using guns. The attack occurred despite the round-the-clock presence of GSU guards at the property.



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