Presidential candidate Abduba Dida, has asked for 20 security guards but the police force has instead offered him two.
He rejected the government’s offer and chased away the two GSU officers offered to him.
He vied for the same position in 2013, and only garnered 52,840 votes.
Dida has vowed to petition Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to increase the security officers attached to him. He also wants the government to provide the police officers attached to him with vehicles, which they will use during the campaigns.
Another Presidential candidate,Ekuru Aukot has ad his request for 15 security officers rejected by the police.
Aukot, of the Thirdway Alliance Kenya, had requested the IG to send him police officers, drawn mainly from the General Duty.
The team charged with looking into the VIP demands however, offered him two officers and directed that Aukot can always walk to any police station and request for additional security.
He had asked the police to send 15 officers, who will be attached to his running mate Emmanuel Nzai, his wife, parents and children.
On June 8, Boinnet declined a request by NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga for 50 police officers.
Raila, who enjoys the protection of 16 officers, had requested for an additional 34 officers and police vehicles.