In addition to having to work long hours, in the name of their personal risk, they additionally earn meager wages which leads to poor intellectual health. The bodyguard attached to Kenya's VIPs has one of the most challenging jobs, once in a while described as one of the least beneficial in the security sector. There are alternatively exceptions who have managed to spend bizarre jobs at the pinnacle of Kenyan society by acquiring the very VIP reputation held through their bosses. Kitui East Nimrod Mbai and Mbeere South MP Geofrey King'ang'i are members of the 12th parliament who have served as bodyguards for outstanding politicians. Mbai used to be the bodyguard of Machakos governor Alfred Mutua for 10 years before being elected MP for Kitui East. This was once after he resigned his police function in 2013. He had beforehand been assigned as a bodyguard to the then Minister of the Environment, Francis Nyenze. The MP, who received the Jubilee Party ticket, defeated incumbent Marcus Mutula Mbuvi, of the 2007 administrative police class. For his part, King'ang'i is the Camp Assistant (ADC) of President Mwai Kibaki.
The ADC is an officer who stands in the back of the president throughout major ceremonies. The ADC's role, performed by means of a military officer, is exceptionally ceremonial; supply the presidency dignity and honor. The officers work closely with the commander of the presidential escort unit, the man directly responsible for the private safety of Uhuru and those of his close family members.
He resigned from the Kenya Self-Defense Forces (KDF) on 4 September 2012 to run for a parliamentary seat, however used to be defeated by means of incumbent Mutava Musyimi. However, he defeated Musyimi, an independent, in 2017 in a hotly contested parliamentary election. Marsden Madoka, who used to be an aide to President Jomo Kenyatta, was once elected MP for the Mwatate constituency. He also served as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Homeland Security. Madoka has also held a variety of high-ranking authorities posts underneath President Uhuru Kenyatta, consisting of chairing the boards of the Kenya Tax Authority (KRA) and the Kenya Port Authority (KPA). He is married to Elizabeth Madoka, whom he met as Jomo Kenyatta's CDA. His spouse raised Uhuru and his siblings as personal secretary to the founding president.
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