A video taken by Member of Parliament for Mwala Vincent Musyoka recording President William Ruto aboard a military chopper attracted mixed reactions from a section of Kenyans.
The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) MP recorded the video and shared it on his social media page on Sunday, October 23, attracting more than 1,500 views.
Social media feedback allegedly pointed to Mwala MP Eng. Vincent Musyoka Musau as the perpetrator of this security breach. It would, henceforth, appear that the Kenya Air Force Commander need to personally vet and approve who flies with their commander in Chief.
However, a section of Kenyans reshared the video the following day, accusing the member of parliament of breaking Ruto’s protocol of security.
Some argued that the MP secretly recorded the President as the camera caught Ruto off guard.
However, other social media users dispelled reports that the video taken by Musyoka interferred with Ruto’s security.
Bemih replied, “But we must demystify these offices right? Potus takes interviews & photos while on Airforce 1 ama? I doubt during the Moi Regime anyone ever took photos of the inner corridors of SH! So when we finally got a peek what changed? I believe that in demistufying we reduce the obsession”
John Gakunju said, "Its not a threat ,nothing much ,threat is sharing details like time and location ,and the problem is if the one who does it is a regular.
"This is a hustler government. Let the hustlers enjoy. The President is protected by God," another social media user observed.
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