Every political leader at the top position in Kenya has his own bodyguards for protection against any harm or an attack. Governors are among the most highly protected individuals, as they are the presidents of their respective counties. Bodyguards are individuals who are highly trained and equipped to accompany leaders wherever they go. They always work with no clear legislation, policies, or command coherence and must rely on the boss's orders.
Yesterday, we saw Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja being escorted by a bodyguard while performing official duties on the streets of Nairobi. One of his bodyguards had something in his pocket that raised concern among the netizens. One of the humorous Kenyans posted on his Twitter account while stating that Sakaja’s bodyguard has a Fanta drink in his pocket while on duty.
Netizens were all over the comment section, giving their opinions concerning Sakaja’s bodyguard act. Here are some of them.
What do you think concerning such bodyguards? Is it a good or a bad thing? Leave your comment below.
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