Drama at Wilson as Ruto’s Ally and British Billionaire are Humiliated By Police

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Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi might communicate using sign language in the chambers of the August House, but he compensates for his disheveled language skills with a pugnacious life outside the parliament.


Reports have surfaced that the DP Ruto allied legislator and a British billionaire philanthropist were briefly stopped at Wilson Airport after they landed from Eldoret.

The Briton, Michael Spencer who is also a Member of the House of Lords of the United Kingdom is the founder of NEX Group, a UK-based business focused on electronic markets and post-trade business.

Also in the company of the pair was a controversial Tanzanian politician and former minister for natural resources and tourism Lazaro Nyalandu.

The Star reports that a manifest seen shows they were in a chartered flight from Eldoret to Wilson Airport. On arrival, they were stopped as police insisted they have their luggage scanned.

They were also turned away from the VIP terminal and told to use another area thus sending Sudi into fits of pique even as airport officials insisted that they had to have their luggage scanned as a requirement.

The plane picked the two foreigners from Tanzania on January 2 and flew to Nairobi.

They left Nairobi for Eldoret to meet an unknown person for an undisclosed mission on January 4 and flew back the following day.

The three left Eldoret for Nairobi on Wednesday at 10 am aboard a Pilatus PC-12 private jet tail number 5Y SRI belonging to Sirai Air but operated by East African Air Charters (EAAC) Limited.

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