Formally Lagdera MP, Farah Maalim has sensationally revealed DP Ruto's worst fears ahead of August poll. According to him, the second in command fears the tricks that the Jubilee government used to win the 2017 poll.
While speaking to K24 TV, Maalim claimed that DP Ruto does not wield the authority that he had in 2017. He therefore believes that the tricks used in 2017 will be used against him.
DP Ruto and Farah Maalim (photo).
"Now that he knows very well that the tricks he used against other Kenyans will be used against him because he is not holding the instruments of government ,he is not the deep state ,he is shouting very loud well in advance to say that they are going to be rigged out ", he said.
This comes hardly a week after the second in command revealed during his US tour that the country's democracy was at stake. He alleged that there were plans to compromise the outcome of the August poll.
However, he made a u turn yesterday while speaking at Chantam House in London and expressed confidence that no one was going to steal his votes .
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