The senior officials in the Ministry of Interior Security including Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i and Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho appeared before the National Assembly's committee on security chaired by Limuru Constituency MP, Hon Mwathi.
The main topic of discussion was the security of the Deputy President, William Samoei Ruto.Matiang'i answered all the questions without hesitation as he even revealed the details that a majority of kenyans never knew about.He revealed that the DP is guarded by a total of 257 officers.He even disclaimed the allegations that H.E Ruto's life was threatened following the controversial swap done to his security personnel.
Following his remarks, a majority of Kenyans went to their social media pages to share their views on the matter.Some agreed with what Matiang'i said while others disagreed completed.
Here are some of the reactions from notable figures in the country including: politicians, bloggers and lawyers:
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