Today CS Fred Matiang’I was grilled by the parliamentary committee of matters security to explain why Ruto’s security team was changed and reduced. Raila Odinga on the other hand held a successful meeting today as he gears up for his next assignment to clinch the presidency in the next polls.
Raila Odinga was the host of the top brass of the Non-Governmental Organizations of Kenya. The meeting which was held at his Capitol Hill offices touched on an array of issues which include how they can work together in ensuring a smooth running of the organizations in conjunction with the government.
He further urged them to create more employment for the youths in the country. Matiang’I on the other hand was setting the record straight on why there were major shake-ups in the security details of Mating’I this past week. Ruto revealed that he is unbothered by the drama surrounding his security.
Below are some photos from the meeting;
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