The Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has been dealt a huge blow after the former State House Digital Strategist Dennis Itumbi has leaked the Deep State's alleged plot to betray him contrary to their speculated earlier private political agreement to appoint a Wiper Party member for the Nairobi County Deputy Governor's position.
Itumbi alleged that plans are underway to install the business Mogul Fred Rabongo who is an ODM member for the Nairobi Deputy Governor's Position, a move that intents to serve a huge blow to the Wiper Party which had been rumoured to produce a deputy governor for the Nairobi County.
In Itumbi's allegations, Fred Rabongo who emerged at the third position in Homa Bay by-election following the death of Kajwang is set to be sworn in as the Nairobi Deputy Governor next week where he will deputize Governor Ann Kananu who took over the seat after Sonko's impeachment.
If Itumbi's revelations is something to go by, then the looming Jubilee and ODM coalition has cemented a solid kick off process that is heavily anticipated to bring a great political tsunami ahead of 2022 general election.
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