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The office of Dp Willam Ruto has written to Inspector General of police seeking for clarification on withdrawal of GSU officers stationed at his homes. The General Service Unit guarding DR. Ruto's official resident were on Thursday afternoon extracted, and replaced by Administrative Police without clarified reasons.
This is happening few days after his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta warned him on concentrating to criticize the government instead of supporting the government agendas.
The Ap officers arrived at the DP Karen resident in two vans and had a meeting with GSU counterparts before heading to DP Ruto's home. This follows a brieff talk between DP Ruto and Security officer in charge of General Service Unit who enlightened that he had received verbal instructions for the withdrawal of the GSU officers on Thursday 2 pm.
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