Deputy President William Ruto appeared laid claims while in his tour Tour to the United States of America (USA), where he happened to claim that their is a plan by some people to chaperone Kenyans into supporting a state project, addition to their is also a plan to rig elections in favour of his competitor Raila Odinga.
Days later, Political analyst Dennis Nthumbi who is a renown supporter of the second in command has changed the DP's statement tune, denying that he never complained that elections will be rigged to favor his competitors.
Speaking to KTN TV, Mr Nthumbi has claimed that the second in command was alluding of an ancient doctrine that has been happening since 1997 where his competitor Raila Odinga has been denying elections results in every elections he has participated, causing after elections chaos.
Nthumbi has asserted that what DP was seeking to find a solution get all participants of elections getting to accept the outcome of the elections.
"There is nowhere DP Ruto talked about rigging. What he talked about was the doctrine of refusing to accept election results...," Dennis Thumbi has said.
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