President Uhuru Kenyatta could be the main actor as far as DP William Ruto's GSU withdrawal drama was concerned. This is according to the news presented by the media station on Saturday, where fresh reports have revealed that a senior ally of Uhuru Kenyatta made a secret phone call to the Inspector General of Police Hon Hillary Mutyambai over Ruto's case, where it was agreed that nobody would sit and watch as He (disobeys Government's Order of Containing the Pandemic).
According to the reports by the standard, the decision to withdraw DP William Ruto's GSU security detail was arrived at on Saturday last week during another secret meeting in one of the hotels in Nairobi, where Hon Hillary Mutyambai was tasked with the duty of ensuring that nobody would gain access to Ruto's Karen residence as far as political meetings were concerned."When the phone call was made and it was clear that nothing had taken place in Karen, things turned sour and another meeting involving senior government officials was convened. Here, he was the agenda of the meeting, and to make sure that he toed to the line, the officers had to be withdrawn because he (Maybe Uhuru) wasn't happy at all," Source is privy to the developing story told the Saturday Standard.
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