In African continent the guinea’s president is the most protected.
Alpha Conde President Guinea
President Alpha Conde's security consists of an armored mercedes he uses for outdoor appearances, more than 10 high speed motorcycles that precede uses his car in public and a high-speed land cruiser .
When in public his bodyguards entourage is made up of more than 20 bodyguards both on his national and international missions.
Uhuru Kenyatta-President Kenya
President Uhuru Kenyatta is mentioned as the second most protected president based on the measures put in place to ensure his protection in and out of the country.
His presidential is an armored land cruiser and his convoy is made up of more than 10 high-speed motorcycles, several high-speed expensive cars a Mercedes-Benz x-class and range rovers whenever he steps out in the public.
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