An emerging photo of president William Ruto's personal bodyguard has excited Kenyans on social media. Aide-De-Camp Brigadier Timothy Lekolool was spotted smiling while taking photos with a judiciary photographer during the swearing in of the 6 judges on Wednesday. Brigadier Timothy was also the bodyguard of former and 4th president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta.
A photo of President William Ruto's Aide De Camp, Brigadier Timothy Lekolool has sparked a lot of mixed reactions from a number of kenyans who thanked him for serving President Uhuru Kenyatta. Photo :Courtesy Taking to their different social media accounts to show the family of the renowned government official, Kenyans.
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.
President William Ruto while addressing Members of Parliament (MPs) of Kenya Kwanza his Aide-de-Camp was not directly behind him. Brigadier Timothy Lekolool who is Ruto’s Aide-de-Camp was standing at the end of the podium to Ruto’s right. The official bodyguard to the President most of the time stand close to the President in different occasions.
Timothy Lekolool switched his position immediately when Uhuru Kenyatta handed over the instruments of power to president William Ruto. who is an ADC Aide De Camp is a naval officer or subordinate military acting as a confidential assistant to the president. Brigadier Timothy Stelu Lekolool was Aide De Camp to Uhuru and president William Ruto.
Timothy Lekolool, the ADC for President William Ruto, is pictured in traditional Samburu clothing in a recent photo. After the brigadier switched allegiances to Ruto soon after being formally introduced at Kasarani Stadium, the undated photo began to go viral online. One of the most iconic representations of the transfer of power was the brigadier moving from behind Ruto to stand in place of former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga from the Kenyan Army has been selected as President William Samoei Ruto's new aide de camp. Timothy Lekolool, who assisted former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto in his initial weeks in office, is replaced by Lengusuranga. Additionally, Colonel Damaris Agnetta of the Kenyan Army will serve as Lengusuranga's substitute.
Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga of the Kenyan Army is William Ruto's new aide-de-camp. Col. Lengusuranga takes over for Timothy Lekolool, who was promoted to the rank of Brigadier and assigned to the Department of Defense headquarters. Photo Credit He went to the funeral of Jack Gachagua, the brother of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, in Mathira, Nyeri county, with President Ruto on his first day of job.The new ADC is Lt. Col. Damaris Agnetta, a soldier in the Kenyan Army.Racheal Nduta Kamui, who was promoted to full Colonel and moved to the Department of Defense's administrative headquarters, is succeeded by her.
Former Aide de camp of the President Timothy Lekolool accompanied President William Samoei Ruto in his trip to Ethiopia despite being dropped out in the role and the role assigned to newly appointed aide de camp colonel Fabian Lengusuranga of the Kenya army. Photo:Timothy Lekolool President William Samoei Ruto had to move with the experienced aide de camp who understands well and has a huge experience of international laws and conferences.The former aide de camp will also be passing key information to the new aide de camp to ensure that the president visit remains perfect.
President William Ruto is the most protected man in the country at the moment and the men given the responsibility of protecting him has the opportunity to be recognised in the country. Ruto's Aide de camp Brigadier Timothy Lekolool is the man of the moment after serving both the former president Uhuru kenyatta and the current president William Ruto in the respective governments as the Aide de camp.
President Ruto's Aide de Camp, Brigadier Timothy Lekolool changed his loyalty from former President Uhuru Kenyatta during the inaguration last Tuesday. His photo in the traditional Samburu attire with two of his children has sparked reactions online as many agree with his posture. Kenyans love expression of their love and support towards special people when they come across their photos online.
When President William Ruto's aide de camp opened his door and stepped out into the home of the United Kingdom (UK) High Commissioner, he was taken aback. On September 14, the President had been accompanied by Brigadier Timothy Lekolool, who had signed a condolence book for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga from the Kenya Army is President William Ruto’s new Aide-De-Camp. Col. Lengusuranga takes over from Timothy Lekolool who has been promoted to Brigadier and deployed to the Department of Defence headquarters. Photo courtesy His first day on duty was to accompany President Ruto as he attended the burial of Jack Gachagua, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s brother in Mathira in Nyeri county
[Photo|Courtesy] Colonel Fabian Lengusuranga from the Kenya Army is the new Aide De Camp for the President. He takes over from Timothy Lekolool who served the former president and the current head of state. Lengusuranga will be deputized by Colonel Damaris Agnetta from the Kenya Army too.
President William Ruto traveled by bus to Westminister Abbey on September 19 to attend Queen Elizabeth II's burial in London, England. On the bus that transported dignitaries to the celebration, Ruto can be seen sat behind First Lady Rachel Ruto. His assist de camp was not Brigadier Timothy Lekolool, who was accompanying him when he landed.
President William Ruto's caught his aide de camp off guard after he opened his door and alighted at the United Kingdom (UK) High Commissioner's residence Brigadier Timothy Lekolool had accompanied the President to sign a condolence book for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday, September 14.
Kenyans Reacts After Uhuru's ADC Becomes Part of Ruto's Inner Circle as he Accompanies him to Ethiopia
At the Kasarani International Stadium, where President William Ruto took the oath of office, President Uhuru Kenyatta's aide de camp could be seen quickly switching from Uhuru to Ruto's side. This demonstrated that control had already been transferred and that Ruto had taken over as the new Chief in Command.