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President William Ruto Appoints A New Aide De Camp

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Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga from the Kenya Army is the new Aide De Camp for the President. He takes over from Timothy Lekolool who served the former president and the current head of state. Lengusuranga will be deputized by Colonel Damaris Agnetta from the Kenya Army too.

In his first tour if duty the new Aide De Camp accompanied President Ruto to the burial of deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's brother in Mathira, Nyeri County. Before he took up his new role, Lengusuranga was a senior special forces branch commander having been commissioned into service in 1999.

Agnetta is taking over from Rachel Nduta Kamui, who has been promoted to a full Colonel and deployed to the Department of Defence. The new Aide will be escorting the President to state events, ushering him into the car, standing at attention and saluting when the President sits in the back seat. The new Aide will also be briefing the President on security matters before and after state functions.

The President's personal effects will be entrusted with the new Aide and his deputy. According to the military protocols, every president is granted a chance to pick his Aide De Camp, who works closely with the presidential escort unit commander who is entrusted with his security.

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