Good news as CS Fred Matiang'i Assures the state that the Deputy President William Ruto's life is not in danger. Actually in the resent days the Deputy President of Kenya has been going through hard times after the ministry of Interior made several changes in his security guards, as a result the Deputy President of Kenya William Ruto claimed that his life is in danger.
However while appearing before the committee on Administration and National Security on Wednesday 1st September 2021, CS Fred Matiang'i termed the recent changes as a rearrangement and he claimed that the exercise was a routine, it didn't warrant the sort of attention it has garnered. Equally CS Fred Matiang'i said that the decision was not whimsical but it was consultative, CS Matiang'i told the committee that many considerations were made before the final decision. Also CS Fred Matiang'i told the committee that the Deputy President of Kenya has 257 security guards which are guarding his properties, Interior CS Fred Matiang'i rejected the suggestion that the Deputy President William Ruto's security had been downgraded. This sounds as good news to all Kenyans across this country.
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