After Fred Matiang'i revealed the richness possessed by the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya Kenya Doctor William Samoei Ruto in the Parliamentary meetings yesterday Kenya ns have been shocked. This is what Matiang'i revealed concerning the security details.
Ruto is the most protected 2nd in command in the history of Kenya with 257 security officers protecting him and his properties around the country.
As vice president Jaramogi had 30, Murumbi had 24, Daniel Moi had 34, Mwai Kibaki had 26, George Saitoti had 30, Mudavadi had 22, Wamalwa had 22, Moody Awori had 22, Kalonzo had 26, Raila as PM had 57, Kalonzo as VP had 26. This makes William Ruto the most protected Deputy President since indipedence.
Ruto might be deserted by the ordinary Kenyans after knowing that the hustler narrative is just a way of rising but not helping the poor. On the other hand, the Revelation about Ruto's wealth could also help him by attracting sympathy from Kenyans.
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