Kalonzo dismisses allegations of grabbing NYS land

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has dismissed claims that he grabbed land belonging to the National Youth Service (NYS).

Speaking to journalists in Nairobi on Monday, Kalonzo said the claims made by Deputy President William Ruto in Bomet were false and aimed at tinting his image. He said that he will present himself to the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission officials to move in and conduct investigations insisting he has nothing to hide.

“The wild claims hold no water. The allegations are a cheap and desperate attempt at character assassination. I have endeavored to uphold the highest moral and ethical standards in all my public affairs. I have nothing to hide,” said Kalonzo.

He further accused the deputy president of causing division and incitement in the country, comparing him to US President Donald Trump.

“As a disrupter of law and order, he is easily comparable to outgoing US President Donald Trump. People like DP Ruto must not be given the chance to wreak havoc through manipulation. They must be stopped on their tracks,” the Wiper party leader said.