Why Ruto ally was removed from Pipeline

A senior State House official called Deputy President William Ruto's ally, Kenya Pipeline Managing Director Joe Sang, and told him to resign or face arrest.

~ The Star

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Kenya Pipeline MD quits after mysterious disappearance of fuel worth KSh 2 billion

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