Kenyans across the internet have taken to social media eliciting mixed reactions after several viral photos of Commandos Guarding the deputy president William Ruto.
The photos that were reportedly taken when Dp Ruto attended a church service at Machakos county have left netizens in talks.
Two officers who are well armed to the teeth were spotted manning a crowd as they kept vigil when Dp Ruto was addressing a huge crowd.
Security around the deputy president has been beefed up after he faced an attack during a tour in Murang'a county where he was addressing a crowd.
Ruto is one of the favorite candidates expected to battle it out with others in the highly anticipated general election.
Many across the internet have expressed some wild reactions, with a majority questioning the officers belonged to the Kenyan Elite squad.
Kokito... These boys are beed. I once exchanged blows and kicks with one of them. I regretted 🤣
Andre...Hawa maninja waemtoka wapi bana, do they belong to the Kenyan special forces.
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