President William Ruto has been for the first time spotted with the new assistant female Aide-de-Camp (ADC).
Ruto arrived at The Kenyatta International Conference Center to celebrate International Women's Day.
Alongside the Head of State, was the new female ADC Colonel Damaris Agnetta, from the Kenya Army.
Col Agnetta took over from Lieutenant-Colonel Rachel Nduta of the Kenya Air Force, who was promoted to the rank of Colonel, and deployed to the Department of Defence Headquarters.
Clad in her brown outfit complete with a military hat benefiting her status of assistant ADC, Agnetta watched over everyone including the presidential delegation which has accompanied Ruto to KICC.
Before her appointment as the new assistant female ADC, she was serving as the artillery officer. Agnetta is the assistant of Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga.
Retired president Uhuru Kenyatta made history as the first Kenyan Head of State to have an assistant female ADC.
Uhuru made a public appearance with Col Nduta at State House, Sagana back in 2018.
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