The past two weeks have been full of drama in the country's security sector after Ruto's security was withdrawn and replaced.
The withdrawal of Ruto's security would later see Matiang'i make a statement in Parliament where alleged that Ruto was the most guarded VIP after Uhuru.
Matiang'I even alleged that in some cases the VIPs misuse the police attached to them with Matiang'i citing a case where Ruto's chicken farm was being guarded by four guards.
A fresh twist has today now emerged after more details have leaked on how police are embarrassed and humiliated in VIP Homes.
According to a publication by the Saturday Standard today, police are in some cases forced to work as clerks, cleaners and cooks in VIP Homes.
In some cases they even work as gardeners, drivers and escorts of the VIP kids.
Others even end up working as domestic workers in these homes that they are supposed to protect.
CS Matiang'i had during his address of Parliament called on legislatures to come up with laws that would regulate on the number of officers attached to the VIPs.
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