Former powerful official who served in the Office of The President has disclosed fresh details about the deep state's 2022 Presidential choice naming who the alleged team of influencers will support for President.
Former Ministry of Interior PS Francis Kimemia and who serves as the current governor of Nyandarua has informed that any presidential aspirant should not undermine the so alleged Deep State and that they play a crucial role in determining who will be the next Head of State.
According to Kimemia, he has explained that when it comes to general elections that is when the Deep State is at work and that they ensure that their influence is felt starting at the grassroots where the elections are held and counted.
Kimemia has confirmed that the deep state however does not support any leader anyhow, explaining that for example in the year 2022, if there are two Presidential candidates like Raila and Ruto and both are at the rate of 50:50, then the Deep State will back one and that he can be sure of a win
"The Deep State exists, but I can assure you it could be deeper than deep. If you have two candidates at the rate of 50:50 and the Deep State backs one, you can be sure that one will win," he added.
The Nyandarua Governor has continued to inform that the backing of a candidate by the international community is also of greater impact and that it cannot be gainsaid.
"This country has a lot of interest from the international community and that influences election a lot. If they combine with the Deep State, you can be sure your goose is cooked," he added
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