After deputy President William Ruto's special security Squad were today withdrawn a few hours ago, hilarious photos have been shared online showing how DP Ruto's supporters have showed up in solidarity with the deputy president.
However, as misunderstood by the Hustlers, Ruto's security detail had been withdrawn and were to be replaced by the Administration Police Officers.
According to them, they could provide security to deputy president's residence for the time being as they waited for the deployed security. Ruto's security withdrawal could have likely attracted a politicization of the matter given how the hustlers behaved.
As pictured by the Kenya Police Facebook page, The said ordinary citizens who turned security officers however had nothing to show off as arms.
However, it's worth noting that Dp Ruto has once again been reinstated with new security detail from the AP officers.see reactions
Meanwhile share with us your opinion concerning Ruto's security without politicization of the matter
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