Lt Colonel Damaris Agnetta, who is serving as President William Ruto's deputy Aide-de-camp ( Photo Courtesy) As former President Uhuru Kenyatta exited office to usher in a new era of President William Ruto, many changes were expected to occur, especially on the key people around the President.
President William Ruto's aid-de-camp and the DCI detectives have made a major announcement on people impersonating the head of state and the first lady. Col Fabian Lengusuranga has made it clear that those impersonating the president and the first lady Rachel Ruto must prepare for arrests. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/DCI_Kenya/status/1589154556528963590?s=20&t=piNOH1ilBu3QJSbdiwXn7Q
Presidential protection sub-unit commanding officer, George Nderitu with former President Uhuru Kenyatta ( Photo Courtesy) As President William Ruto stamps his authority in the running of the country, starting with State House leadership, George Nderitu seems to have survived the purge to maintain his top job at the seat of power.
President William Ruto during a tree planting exercise in Kajiado County on Wednesday ( Photo Courtesy) Being the most protected man in Kenya today, President William Ruto's layered security is meant to be attack- proof. That's why the elite security personnel are deployed to enhance his safety.
President William Ruto appointed Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga to serve as the new Aide de Camp after the promotion of Brigadier Timothy Stelu Lekolol to other official duties within the Kenya Defense Forces. Picture courtesy. Image from the meeting. Colonel Lengusuranga has been serving in the capacity of the Aide de Camp for the past few months and during this period, he has come under heavy praise as well as criticism in equal measure.
Today in the morning, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI has come out to send a warning to the people of Kenya concerning the issue of fake accounts which have been used to impersonate president William Ruto, his wife Mama Rachel Ruto, his Bodyguard Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga and even the Chief justice of Kenya, hon Martha Koome.
President William Ruto, on Saturday, January 7, was pictured carrying his own bag alongside other leaders during the Cabinet retreat in Nyeri County. Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi also adopted the same trend, raising various public relations questions. More Kenyans also wondered why Ruto's aide-de-camp (ADC), Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga, did not assist the President with his briefcase.
During the Cabinet retreat in Nyeri County on Saturday, January 7, President William Ruto was seen carrying his own suitcase alongside other officials. The actions of Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua also raised a number of PR issues. More Kenyans also questioned why Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga, Ruto's aide-de-camp (ADC), did not help the President carry his briefcase.
President William Ruto was on Saturday spotted carrying his own bag alongside other leaders during the Cabinet retreat in Nyeri County. Kenyans have questioned why President Ruto's personal assistant, the Aide-de-Camp (ADC), Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga, did not assist the President with his briefcase, as it is typically the ADC's responsibility to carry the president's bag.
𝗦𝗼𝘂𝗿𝗰𝗲: https://www.facebook.com/1187170485/posts/pfbid0s6i2rBANU14JLADniMXetMGf3X9swHab84suxft5KzBw5SNJ7SvvF54Fxk68XDKJl/?app=fblColonel Fabian Lengusuranga of the Kenya Army succeeded Timothy Lekolool as President William Ruto’s Aide-De-Camp.Emmanuel Tallam, President Ruto’s senior communications aide,said the new Aide-de-Camp will be assisted by Lieutenant-Colonel Damaris Agnetta, also from the Kenya Army.Contrary to popular belief, the Aide-de-Camp is not a bodyguard or personal assistant to the Head of State.
Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga, President Ruto's newly appointed Aide de Camp (ADC), has drawn criticism for his actions from some who feel he is taking too long to get the hang of things. His supporters have, however, been quick to point out that the paratrooper was on the correct route given the lack of ceremonial influence in his training that is necessary for the new role.
President William Samoei Ruto continues to appoint his team that will enable him run the country in a swift manner. As his cabinet appointees continue to undergo vetting, the security docket around him and statehouse as a whole is also not left behind. Former president Uhuru's team is being replaced with others of the new president's choice.
An important statement regarding impersonators of the president and first lady has been issued by the chief of staff for President William Ruto and the DCI investigators. Col. Fabian Lengusuranga said anyone impersonating the president or first lady Rachel Ruto must be prepared for arrest. The impersonators are being sought after by the DCI investigators and the president's aide-de-camp.
President William Ruto's new Aide De-Camp Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga who took over from Brigadier Timothy Stelu Lekolool on Thursday stole the show during the Mashujaa Day Celebrations at Uhuru Gardens. This is after he came out with a new look than what people are used to. Photos of him in his new uniform went viral on the internet immediately after the celebrations.
Photo Courtesy; President William Ruto and his Aide de Camp. President William Ruto's Aide de Camp Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga quickly reacted after President Ruto started to pray for the 900 KDF soldiers that were going for a peace mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In the video shared by Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa, Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga quickly took out his military hat the moment the head of state started his prayer to the soldiers. This is a sign of respect. You can watch
Presidential aide William Ruto and DCI detectives have made a big announcement about people impersonating the head of state and first lady. Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga has made it clear that impersonators of the President and First Lady Rachel Ruto must prepare for arrests. The President's assistant and DCI detectives are looking for the impostors. It is clear that most Kenyans have been locked up under the false names of the President and First Lady. It is clear that this not only threatens the life of the
Assistant Inspector General of Police, Oloonkishu Yiampoy was promoted to the head of presidential escort unit on Friday, 21st October 2022. Yiampoy took over from Josephat Mputhia Kirimi who was deployed to the National Focal Point for small armories and weapons. The Egerton University graduate served as the head of security in the office of the Deputy President for over 10 years.
The aid-de-camp to President William Ruto and the DCI detectives have made a major announcement about fakes pretending to be the president and first lady. That those who pose as President Kibaki and First Lady Rachel Ruto will be arrested has been made clear by Col. Fabian Lengusuranga. We have the DCI detectives and the president's personal aide on the case.
President William Ruto's aid-de-camp Fabian Lengusuranga has raised serious security issues about the first family. According to Lengusuranga, the persons impersonating as the president and the first lady coning Kenyans must stop for such is illegal and unacceptable. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/DCI_Kenya/status/1589154556528963590?s=20&t=MoRjqGVZoKreqPLZYNxW6g
According to data from Google Search for October, Kenyans were most interested in Travis Maina, a 2-year-old who accidentally got a fork Jembe stuck on his head while playing at home. Among the main searches were for a new Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) head and a new Aide-de-Camp, Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga.