Deputy President William Ruto has responded to claims that officers in his private and official residences are being starved.
“The only complaint I am aware of is delays to pay their allowances. Their welfare is catered by the Inspector General of Police,” Mugonyi said.
Njenga said the officers are deployed there permanently for day and night duties and cannot move out to get food supplies.
“The purpose of this letter, therefore, is to request that you reinstate the food rations for the officers currently deployed in the two residences for optimal service delivery,” Njenga said.
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