Lawyer Ahmednasir on twitter says that it's shocking that a man of the stature, standing and expreince of Government Kimemia can say on tv that the deep state and the international community decides who wins presidential elections in kenya.
This is what he posted on twitter,
"Shocking...just Shocking that a man of the stature, standing and expreince of Gov Kimemia can say on TV that the "deep state" and the "international community" decide who wins Presidential elections in Kenya...shocked by this STUPIDITY!"
A fan replied saying,"Thats what you don't want to hear...That raila is not president because of this..And he will be president because of this..Country is being governed under security.."
Another fan replied saying,"In a way its true. This is designed to dissuade ..but the will of the people must prevail. The muguga ward by election which was very close is a good indicator that when are elections are close ..deep state can influence ..impose ..."
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