Harun Aydin, Turkish investor deported by Uhuru’s govt back in Kenya after Ruto’s inauguration

Harun Aydin, the Turkish public who was once ousted by the active government was on Tuesday among welcomed visitors at State House.

Mr Aydin came into the spotlight last year after the organization of resigned President Uhuru Kenyatta extradited him from the country.

However, on Tuesday, a year after he was matter-of-factly removed from the country, he was spotted hobnobbing with Kenya Kwanza partnership’s highest level at State House during President William Ruto’s lunch meeting.

In August last year, Mr Aydin, was in the group planned to go with the then Agent President William Ruto to Uganda and was kept at Wilson Air terminal in Nairobi subsequent to arriving from Uganda.

The DP was booked to fly for an obscure mission to Entebbe, joined by a seven-man company involving his nearby political partners and financial specialists.

A file image of Harun Aydin
A file image of Harun Aydin

He was decisively hindered from loading onto the trip to Uganda for not looking for freedom as all government workers ought to.

By means of Twitter on Saturday, the Representative President credited Mr Aydin’s burdens to cartels.

Mr Aydin was marked a fear suspect whose presence in the nation is under cross examination, however Dr Ruto named the entire disaster “rubbish, idiocy and silly”.

He was eventually ousted from Kenya on August 9, 2021. His legal counselor Ahmednassir Abdulahi brought out the public authority over the extradition saying that Mr Kenyatta’s organization was utilizing the law enforcement framework to baffle Dr Ruto.

The Turkish was quietly expelled from the country as his guard group was sitting tight for him to be charged at the Kahawa Regulation Courts.

Active Inside Bureau Secretary Fred Matiang’i explained issues around the expelled Turkish ‘finance manager’ while talking in Mombasa where he was meeting the Public Gathering Departmental Advisory group on Organization and Public safety.

Matiang’i uncovered that the Turk was given a work license however kept up with that he was as yet risky to the country.

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