Kihara Kariuki next to Ruto today
Former attorney general during the reign of former president Uhuru kenyatta was today part of the delegation that accompanied the head of state William ruto together with the cabinet secretary in charge of interior coordination for an event that is currently ongoing in kajiado County.
According to images shared by the cabinet secretary Kihara Kariuki was part off the team that comprise the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua together with a powerful principal secretary in charge of interior coordination a Raymond Omollo.
Today's meeting was key for the police service in the country since it was the launch of the Kenya national leadership College which is expected to play a key role in ensuring that leadership qualities is installed and taught to the Kenyan police who have for long been accused of lacking leadership qualities.
Ruto saying that his administration is keen on ensuring that the police better working conditions as they continue to serve the country.
Below are some images from the event;
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