Musyoka and Saitoti.
“When he (Moi) arrived in Pretoria, I asked him: If you sack these guys (Musyoka and Saitoti), won’t it complicate matters for our Kanu candidate?” Ruto narrated in a past interview with a local daily.
He continued, “I was in the room with Nicholas Biwott and Moi. A phone rang and I left]]] the room. Later Biwott called me to ask whether I was the leader of Kanu in Kenya and I told him to go to hell”.
The consequences of defending the two ex-KANU ministers would later dawn on him the next day.
On a cold winter morning, the now Bomet Governor, went to the airport ready to board the President’s plane back to Kenya - but this was not to be.
He recalled: “I tried to board the plane on our way to Nairobi but I was denied access. Moi and his delegation flew back. I was left on the tarmac. I was stranded for a few more days before I raised funds for fare back home”.
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