On Monday around 3 pm, a drone was seen by her Excellency Racheal ruto, the wife to deputy president of kenya. She was afraid and she called Police to investigate the matter. According to Nairobi region commander, Racheal ruto made a call to him informing about the situation.
The resident for the Deputy President in Kenya is usually guarded all the time. This issue brought an investigation by police immediately. According to the police, the Drone is owned by Briton who is a foreigner aged 37 years. Police are attempting to analyze and record statements.
Briton, Hind Jeremy has said that he was hosting some visitors who came with the Drone. He added that, they just wanted to take pictures of his new home to gift him as a present. Police have also stated that the drone didn't contain other suspicious things except the memory card.
DCI Nairobi region, the Anti-terror police unit and Kenya civil Aviation Authority are currently doing the investigations and soon they will issue statements. Kenyans are waiting to know what was happening in the Deputy President's Karen home.
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