William Ruto Gives these Orders to Police Ahead of Raila’s Monday Protests to State House
The president of the republic of Kenya , William samoei Ruto has instructed the National Police Service to carry out their duty as provided by the government and in line with the constitution of Kenya.
William Ruto said this on Sunday, March 19, just one day before the mass protests planned by Raila Odinga
Ruto said all these while attending a service at his showground in Kapsabet, Nandi County.
President Ruto insisted that the police will ensure that the rights of all citizens, both those participating in protests and those engaged in their daily work, are protected.
But Ruto cautioned demonstrators not to violate the basic rights of other citizens.
He warned those who broke the law that they would be enforcing the law in full.
Ruto instructed the police to work according to the constitution. He added that they are professionals and will ensure that everyone’s rights are protected – the rights of those who want to protest and the rights of those who want to do their jobs.
“I trust the police because I told them that I don’t need them to help me with politics, but I need them to focus on the task of defending the rights of all citizens,” Ruto said. It’s the body,” he said.
Ruto also mentioned that Raila Odinga wants to start a demonstration to overthrow the government and force them to submit to their demands.
Ruto says Raila only listens to whistleblowers and he doesn’t want to believe the IEBC or the Supreme Court.
He added that Raila doesn’t want the law, he wants it to be against the constitution, but that’s not possible.
However, Ruto agreed to cooperate with a leader who would not compromise the government.
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