President William Ruto government and Uhuru Kenyatta  photo

President William Ruto's government denies withholding Uhuru Kenyatta's retirement benefits and cites unrealistic demands, claiming to have provided 14 vehicles, fuel, and maintenance.

The State House confirms that there was opposition to former President Uhuru's request for a fleet of vehicles worth Ksh 140 million.

The vehicles were a Range Rover Vogue (First Edition) at Ksh 51.3 million, a Mercedes-Benz S500 worth Ksh 66.4 million, a Toyota Land Cruiser ZX-VXRK6 at Ksh 22.5 million, and a Ksh 10.6 million Toyota Fortuner.

According to spokesman Isaac Mwaura, Uhuru chose a private home lease over an office in Nyari, which the government rejected because of procurement laws.

According to Mwaura, 33 out of 34 staff members at his disposal are on government payroll.

The State House also claims that it facilitates all travel for the former president, both local and international.

The move comes after Uhuru claimed that the state has not yet established his office or reinstated security officers for his mother, Mama Ngina Kenyatta. 

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