President Uhuru's Government has been dealt another blow after two Kenyans went to court to sue them over withdrawal of DP Ruto's GSU security. President Uhuru's regime has faced several Court cases with his critics castigating him for failing to obey Court orders.
Photo Courtesy/ DP Ruto addressing local residents
The National Police Service led by Inspector General, Hillary Mutyambai and Interior CS, Dr. Fred Matiangi has been accused of using State machinery to frustrate the Deputy President with the latest one being withdrawing Ruto's GSU security in his official residences.
@RobertAlai Two Sue State Over Withdrawal of DP Ruto’s GSU Security https://t.co/O7ROEecGaT
The two petitioners, Miruri Waweru and Angela Mwikali have argued that the recent security changes compromise DP Ruto's security. They have faulted IG, Hillary Mutyambai for going against the law in deploying APs to protect Ruto's official residences.
They also argue that the recent changes are politically instigated and meant to create state of fear as the 2022 general elections approaches. They have demanded for the immediate redeployment of elite GSU officers who are well trained on VVIP protection.
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