Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga of the Kenya Army succeeded Timothy Lekolool as President William Ruto’s Aide-De-Camp.
Colonel Lengusuranga has been the topic of the town after missing to step on the carpet while President Ruto was inspecting the guard of honour of the lined police of Uganda and instead walked on the sideline.
Although today, Colonel Lengusuranga has been found in another mistake where he did not offer a salute while President Ruto was greeting President Samia Suluhu.
From the photo shared by Robert Alai the Azimio ally, the President Samia Suluhu aide saluted while the two Presidents were greating each other but Colonel Lengusuranga just stood without doing anything.
This mistake has made people to attack him including Robert Alai who has alleged that the Colonel Lengusuranga should be immediately be taken for a refresher course.
Robert Alia has alleged the mistake Colonel Lengusuranga did was very bad going forward to allege on why they didn't pick someone from special forces.
Some reactions of Kenyans are as below;
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