Raila and Ruto's name have been mentioned as the debate on Security for VVIP continues to take place after the recent incident at the DP's home where GSU officers were reportedly replaced by Administrator Police.
Senior advocate Danstan Omari has now alleged that former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga, Deputy President Dr William Ruto and president Uhuru Kenyatta are among the VIP's that should be guaranteeed maximum security as their lives symbolize the unity and posterity of this country
“The Deputy President should understand that there are three people whose lives will assure Kenyans’ properties, security and stability. President Uhuru Kenyatta’s life, the Deputy President’s life and that of Raila Odinga are not ordinary lives” - Danstan Omari
Several legislators from across the political divide have condemned the move of withdrawal of security personnel assigned to the DP.
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