Kwani kuna serikali ngapi? Governor Ngilu b****s DP Ruto over his tweet on Aydin Harun’s deportation
Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu is now accusing Deputy President William Ruto of running a parallel government.
While responding to a tweet by Ruto, where he stated that he had called Harun Aydin, the Turkish man who is at the centre of his aborted trip to Uganda, to apologize for the Turk's arrest and subsequent deportation, Ngilu sought to know which government the DP was speaking for.
According to Ngilu, there is only one government that she says was responsible for Aydin's deportation.
Ngilu insinuated that the DP can’t purport to speak for the very government that deported his alleged ally.
“Ala! Kwani kuna serikali ngapi huku Kenya? Bwana DP, which GoK are you apologizing on behalf? The Government of Kenya arrested the alleged terror financier. The confusion you have been sowing in government and across the country sasa umeanza ku-export to our trading partners?” Ngilu posed.
Her message was a response to DP Ruto’s tweet where he attacked the government for profiling his alleged ally as a terrorist before deporting him.
The DP said he had talked to Aydin and apologized to him over the incident on behalf of the Kenyan Government.
He confirmed that the Turkish man is in his home country further revealing that he was tortured before being asked to fly out of the country.
The DP condemned the incident terming it political pettiness and a big shame to the country.
“Just talked and apologized on behalf of GoK to Aydin Harun who has landed in Turkey after he was politically arrested, tortured and falsely profiled as a 'terrorist' but later quietly asked to fly out after buying his own ticket to avoid shaming those involved in the evil scheme,” he said.
The DP further said the incident is going to cause Kenya economically since international investors will contemplate keeping away from the Kenyan market.
“Political pettiness is expensive and dangerous. It will kill businesses, investments and ultimately our economy. We are shamelessly eroding our international investment standing and destroying our stature as a friendly and welcoming nation. Shame,” he divulged.
Aydin was reportedly scheduled for a court appearance on Monday, August 9, but his lawyers led by Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi and lawyer Cliff Ombeta announced to the press that he had been deported.