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Why DP Ruto Held Exclusive Meeting With Top Female Private Detective

Deputy president has continued with his effort to reach out to several players in his preparation for the presidential race in 2022.

The DP is expected to battle out with several contenders among the Raila Odinga who will fly the ODM flag as well as Machakos governor Alfred Mutua,Mwangi WA Iria and former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth.

AS it has become a norm,deputy president has been holding meeting at his Karen home with different people both in the political arena and outside.

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Top city detective Jane Mugoh

Yesterday the DP help an exclusive meeting with city detective Jane Mugoh and discussed various issues affecting Kenyans in general.

Although the DP didn’t post the meeting to his facebook page as it has been the norm,the city detective revealed it on his tweeter account.

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“Yesterday i met with DP William Ruto where we discussed on various matters affecting the country,WSR is a humble man & is committed to make Kenya great again.He is happy that our youths can now make a coin via Kazi Mtaani. Am on a journey to meet all leaders, Kenya must rise,”she tweeted.

In 2019, Wanted private investigator Jane Mugo was charged in a Nairobi court for allegedly threatened to kill Patrick Mugusia Kefa and Deepa Shah.

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Ms Mugo denied the charges when she appeared before Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi and she was released on Sh200,000 cash bail.

While Speaking to Citizen TV sometimes back, Jane said the warrant of arrest issued against her has been fuelled by an investigation case she has been working on that reveals alleged corruption among top security officials in the government.

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