DP Ruto apologizes for wearing black pants

Deputy President William Ruto at the United Bible Societies Publishers' Convention in Westlands on February 24, 2019. /DPPS

William Ruto has apologized for dressing improperly in an event held at the Supreme Court Thursday.

Ruto was wearing a checked dim coat, maroon tie, white shirt and a dark pant when the Judiciary discharged its 2017/18 report.

“It is a joy to go with the President here. When I glance around, I am the just a single here who is strange in light of the fact that I am not suitably dressed,”

Deputy President Ruto

“I need to apologize to the Chief Justice. I was dressed to go for another event away yet then the President requesting that I accompany him.”

He said that his clothing standard was not out of disregard for the Judiciary including that his visit was offhand. The greater part of the visitors welcomed wore dark suits with white shirts and dark ties.

“It isn’t out of lack of respect that I am dressed this way. It has nothing to do with what I said previously.. be that as it may, I need to state that with deference and have the most noteworthy respect of our legal framework,” he said.

Ruto said in 1988, he met an old individual from the Judiciary, Paul Muite who discussed reprimanding the legislature.

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