Must state provide security for Uhuru and Ruto's private property?

Deputy President William Ruto new security team

Deputy President William Ruto walks with his new security team at his Karen residence on August 30, 2021. 

Photo credit: Courtesy | DPPS

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Ruto • Of concern to Joram Mkunde is not necessarily Interior CS Fred Matiang’i’s revelation of the 257 guards reportedly assigned to DP William Ruto, but having to protect private property. Says he: “Why does the government provide security for the President and his deputy’s private property? What happens when they leave office? Can’t they hire private guards?” His contact is [email protected].


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