Farouk kibet in Nyeri Today
President William ruto today completed his much anticipated police Parade that so close to 2,000 individuals graduate and pass out in a function that happened in nyeri.
Josephat Nanok in Nyeri today
The head of state was accompanied by several dignitaries who included former orange democratic movement governor for Turkana Josephat Nanok who was recently appointed as state house assistant controller. He deputised former kajiado legislator katoo ole metito.
Also present at the event was ruto's personal assistant farouk kibet who has played a critical role in ensuring that Ruto's safety is guaranteed during his visits.
There was pomp and colour the moment the head of state was received by his cabinet secretary at the graduation square with several top dignitaries including his principal assistant in the ministry of interior coordination being part of the delegation.
President William ruto has issued a directive that police should not be charged in their quest to renew their uniforms of service.
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