Video : Ruto snubs Gideon Moi and other Moi family members seated next to him at the front in a shameful show of bitterness and hatred.
The photo doing rounds was taken after Ruto was told to respect Kalenjin culture, man up and go back to greet Gideon Moi.
Very unethical display of immaturity at a funeral. #RipJonathanMoi
In this photo here DP RUTO was ordered by AIC bishop Silas Yego to respect the Kalenjin culture and go back and greet Senator Moi and Hon Raymond Moi.
Arriving at Jonathan Moi burial ceremony and walking past Gideon Moi and deliberately refusing to shake hands with him has exposed Ruto as the person who has a beef and the one holding personal grudge against the Baringo senator. Grow up Bwana Arror.
The bitter angery Ruto is losing weight fast than a sick patient with diarrhea, this is what one gets for holding bitterness for long and overworking to undermine his boss the president, the supreme leader Raila Odinga and KANU leader Gideon Moi.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and retired President Daniel Arap Moi failed to attend the mass service of Jonathan Toroitich held at Kabarak Universities grounds on Saturday.
As the mourners flocked the grounds, Uhuru and Mzee Moi were conspicuously absent at the service.
Family sources also indicated that Mzee Moi 95, will not attend his son’s service at Kabimoi, Eldama Ravine, Baringo county.
He was however been seen receiving condolence messages at his Kabarak residence since the demise of Jonathan on Saturday.
Uhuru went to Moi’s residence on Monday to deliver his condolence message.
Among those present at the service included Deputy President William Ruto, Chief Justice David Maraga, Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and CS Eugene Wamalwa.
Others were Maendeleo ya Wanawake Chairperson Zipporah Kittony, Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka, Governors Wycliffe Oparanya (Kakamega), Stanley Kiptis (Baringo) MPs William Cheptumo (Baringo North) and Moses Lessonet (Eldama Ravine).
Ruto on Wednesday afternoon flew to Baringo county to convey his message of condolence to Jonathan’s family.
Unlike President Uhuru Kenyatta who visited retired President Moi at his Kabarak home in Nakuru county on Monday, the DP opted to visit Jonathan’s home in Kabimoi almost 54 km away from Kabarak.
Despite the chilly weather, mourners who started streaming in as early as 7 am to giving a befitting send-off kept on steaming in hours later as heavy security felt at the grounds.