There was a claim that the government would send police officers to guard the former Kenyan prime minister and his team in a news report that the government shared through the Interior Ministry.
According to Kithure Kindiki's reports, this will be done to safeguard citizens from rogue suspects who might decide to rob Kenyans.
Regarding this, President William Ruto asserted that Raila's request for peace was a valid action on his part as the former Kenyan prime minister.
The former Kenyan prime minister has been urged to return home and leave politics by Kenyans who have responded to this incident by using their various social media accounts to voice their opinions on the subject.
Most Kenyans, it seems, think it's really unfortunate that the former prime minister of Kenya hasn't visited his family yet, despite the fact that most of his friends are doing so.
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