The deputy president William Ruto today received a sad news to his home as the goverment orders the security guards to be withdrawn from his premises. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the noticed which was released came from the national government where they were told to vacate his premises before the end of today.
Despite that I the deputy president William Ruto is expected to address the nation concerning the issue of insecurity in the country. The security officers who have been guarding his home for more than ten years will now vacate due to the directions given by the government. This has come when the deputy president William Ruto was seen celebrating the judgement which was released by the court of appeal concerning the nullification of the building bridges initiative bill.
The incident has been confirmed by the kapsaret member of parliament Hon Oscar Sudi who posted on the social media platforms informing kenyans about the security officers who are being withdrawn from the Ruto's home. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance.
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