July 20, 2024
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President William Ruto today inspected the Guard of honor that was mounted when he made his way to the Utawala base Police Training College which is today conducting its graduation.

From the images shared by President William Ruto’s page while inspecting a guard of honor the head of state is stopped adjusting the tie and collar of one of the constables who were in The Parade. This act of kindness eliciting makes reactions from a section of Kenyans who could not fail to praise the head of state for this noble gesture.

The head of state has been known to be a man with a big head after he was spotted several it during the campaign freely interacting with voters and children who came to his campaign traits.

President William Ruto gave his speech at the event which saw close to 2800 new Constables promoted and absorbed into the Kenya police forces. Several leaders including his cabinet secretaries and his principal secretaries also were present together with the deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua.

President William Ruto has called on the police to maintain mutual respect with the public as they discharge their duties.

“It is important for every police officer to be mindful of the need to maintain relations of mutual respect with members of the public as a matter of necessity,”

The Head of State reminded the APs graduates as well as all members of the service that Kenyans have high demands in them.

“You should have no difficulty whatsoever in meeting them, by serving them with discipline, dignity, courage, firmness, and fairness,” President Ruto said.

Ruto advised police to adhere to the police service motto “Utumishi Kwa Wote”  as part of their contract and commit to doing their utmost in delivering on it.

“It is our legitimate expectation that you are ready to face the challenge head-on in a skillful, efficient, and effective manner, thereby safeguarding the necessary environment for Kenyans to pursue their aspirations and achieve shared prosperity,” President Ruto said.

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