The reports by Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i that DP Ruto is the most protected deputy president in the history of Kenya, continues to elicit mixed reactions among Kenyans.
While some are claiming that it was not right for Matiang'i to disclose the properties owned by Deputy President William Ruto,some wants lifestyle audit done on top leaders and for it to be made public.
And now Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i is not yet done again,as he has informed that the DP should not be protected by guards not more than 30.
The Ministry of Internal Security through Parliamentary Security and Administration Committee, wants to enact a law that will allow the second in command's security to be in aligned with security of those after him.
This is set to be a battle ground between allies of Deputy President William Ruto and Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i. It will be waited to be seen if the security of DP Ruto,will be reduced from 257 to 30 as said by Matiang'i.
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