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Unsettled Ruto chases away Recce squad and picks new team that he can trust.

Ruto recently confessed of being scared.

Deputy President William Ruto who recently confessed being scared of his life has allegedly brought on board new elite squad for his security.

News reaching our busy desk at Dundapost. co.ke indicate that the second in command who now feels threatened by what he termed as the ‘Deep State’ decided to pick security made up of his tribesmen and sent back those chosen by the state.

“Deputy President William Ruto has reportedly withdrawn Government provided security from his office and homes and instead hired private ones” the source told Dundapost.co.ke.

Dr. Ruto who is on the war path with the ‘dynasty’ now thinks continuing to keep state officers around him may not be secure enough following the recent killing of Sergeant Kipyegon Kenei who was found dead at his Imara Daima home in Nairobi what the DP later blamed on the government he serves.

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“It is unfortunate that this young man had to pay the ultimate price in the entire scheme meant to undermine my office, but I want to assure you that those who killed him will never know peace. And they will be known,” Daily Nation quoted Mr. Ruto.

The late Mr. Kenei(33), according to the CCTV footage played on live Tv by DCI Kinoti, knew much in the sh 39 billion firearm supply scandal involving most trusted Deputy President’s ally Rashid Mohammmed Echesa.

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Dr. Ruto insinuated during the burial of Mr. Kenei in Nakuru that his (Kenei) killing was an indirect message aimed at him and that he could be next on lineup.

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