Senior political analyst Prof Mutahi Ngunyi has broken his silence since the 7 bench of Supreme Court unanimously uphelds President elect William Ruto win, alleges Uhuru has play a role in Azimio- One Kenya Raila Odinga downfall.
Speaking his thought through his twitter publication, Mutahi Ngunyi claim that Raila Odinga was only a decoy, and Uhuru Kenyatta plan all along was to hand over to Ruto.
Prof Mutahi Ngunyi says Uhuru Kenyatta acted Sub optimally in this elections. According to him President Uhuru Kenyatta handed over his constituency to Kenya Kwanza candidate without a fight and then, disable deep state. In his view, Uhuru's plan was a long to use Raila Odinga and officiate yangu kumi, Ya Ruto kumi prophesy.
"Maybe Raila was a decoy. And Uhuru's plan all along was to hand over to Ruto. I say so because Uhuru acted Sub- Optimally in this elections. He handed over his constituency to Ruto without a fight. Then he disabled the deep state. Was this the "Kumi- kumi" Plan?." Mutahi Ngunyi posted.
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