Following Deputy President William Ruto’s botched trip to the neighboring Uganda Country, the government is on the verge of revising the VIP travel and security privileges.
The government through the assorted security agencies is working on modalities to amend the VIP travel and the security privileges after the DP’s Uganda trip saga.
Reports from the Business Daily Today Thursday August 19, 2021 indicate that the highly anticipated meeting is to take place in a week’s time.
The concerned agencies including Heads of Immigration as well as other security organs, are looking to scale down some of the privileges enjoyed by top government officials, following reports of abuse by a section.
Other concerned parties and agencies to attend the crucial meeting include, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) and the National Police Service headed by Inspector General, Hillary Mutyambai.
Reports further indicate that the meeting had been scheduled for last Sunday august 15, 2021, but had been moved forward to allow for proper planning.
“We did not meet as planned and the meeting has been pushed to next week,” stated one of the government officials expected to attend.
This took place after the controversial removal from the Country, the Turkish businessman Harun Aydin associated with the Deputy President William Ruto, and was scheduled to travel with him to Uganda.
The security and Immigration agents were alarmed after realizing that the businessman’s passport had not been signed and stamped despite leaving the Country on two occasions.
He was later deported back to his country on the morning of Monday, August 9 after spending two nights while being thoroughly interrogated by the Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU).