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Kabando wa Kabando Bursts Plans to Postpone Elections, Reveals What Will Happen

Former Mukurweini member of parliament Kabando wa Kabando, a fierce critic of President Kenyatta's government since he fell out with his deputy William Ruto has boldly made damning allegations against the 'deep state' ahead of the highly-anticipated 2022 general elections.

According to the former legislator who is DP Ruto's diehard, it is approximately 380 days for all political leaders who have served two terms in office to exit and pave way to new leaders.

Kabado noted that even though there are alleged plans by the government to cause lawlessness so that postponing the elections is justified, such a plot will backfire big time.

" 380 days from today, leaders who served two terms as president, deputy President, governors shall cease holding same offices 9th August 2022. Any plot to cause arnachy to justify disruption of this date will flop". Kabando said.

The former lawmaker says that the next 380 days in Kenya's political arena will be very critical and will determine the direction this country will take.

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He urgued that the courts chose to stall the building bridges constitutional bill so as to ensure peace, order and defence of democracy prevails. Aspects which BBI was apparently intending to capture.

Kabando's stand comes barely a month since COTU boss Francis Atwoli began a heated debate on whether the 2022 general elections can be held on a later date on the grounds of Kenyans not being prepared for it and also the effects of Covid 19.

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