Dp Ruto is on the spot again for the way he has been treating the security men assigned to him.
Sometime back this year, the inspector general of police changed his security team.
This caused an uproar among Kenyans with his supporters crying foul.
They insisted that inspector general Mutyambai was playing politics with Ruto’s life.
The inspector general, however, clarified that Ruto’s security was better organized like that.
He insists that the security of the deputy president is his priority and it has nothing to do with cheap politics.
William Ruto later hosted them for a cup of team to welcome them to his official residence in Karen.
His critics thought he was seeking political sympathy by using faces of the security personnel.
The men in uniform didn’t deserve that because they have nothing to do with his predicaments.
According to a report released by Matiang’i, over 250 GSU officers guard Ruto.
Kenyans found that absurd and a waste of resources for a country whose economy is on its knees.
Ruto at the time expressed no problem and even requested the Government to take all the police officers guarding his official residence .
He argued he was more than willing to sacrifice his security for the good of Kenyans.
The deputy president was comfortable getting security from a private security company called G4S.
Months later, it has emerged that William Ruto was not happy with the changes made by the inspector general.
He doesn’t trust the new men assigned to him and has been punishing them brutally.
Those officers don’t do shifts and should get basic amenities and food.
The deputy president, who portrays himself as a philanthropist, doesn’t give food to men guarding him and his family.
A leaked letter sent to his office has raised questions about why the officers are starving.
The purpose of the letter is to get clarity on why they are not giving the officers food for optimum service delivery.