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Meet Former Kibaki Bodyguard That Ruto Could Inherit From Uhuru When He Becomes President

Vice President William Ruto is keeping a close eye on the presidency of the August 9 general elections.

By dodging ODM leader Raila Odinga in the fight for successor to President Uhuru Kenyatta, the DP is automatically among the men who have been given the status of President of the State and Commander-in-Chief of the Kenyan Defense Forces. Become the most protected man.

At this point, Dr. Safety. Ruto is not just someone hijacked, as members of GSU's terrifying and highly skilled Reece Squad are fully responsible for his well-being. President Mwai Kibaki (pictured) retired with bodyguard George Gichane Nderitu (left) at a previous event.

With the exception of radical changes to the Democratic security details, if George Nderitu becomes Kenya's fifth president, George Nderitu will continue to be responsible for the Special Presidential Guard. As a member of the

GSU Recce Squad, Nderitu has served President Mwai Kibaki and President Uhuru Kenyatta. Given his experience in this area, he is expected to be far beyond President Uhuru. Former security guard at the Kenyan Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel,

Nderitu is an experienced man in this security department.

While in Israel, Nderitu studied counterterrorism, Homeland Security and international studies at IDC Herzliya.

George Nderitu (center), former President Mwai Kibaki, and Prime Minister Raila Odinga (pictured)

With over 20 years of experience in this field, Nderitu is familiar with the issue of counterterrorism. That explains why he once worked as a researcher at the International Counterterrorism Center.

His glittering resume also includes a security management qualification from the University of Nairobi.

dr Lut welcomes an experienced man to Nderitu who has faithfully served Kibaki and Uhuru.

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