A top Kieleweke leader who has thrown her weight behind the retired prime minister Raila Odinga has stated boldly that many Kenyans are supporting the presidential bid of deputy president William Ruto but retired prime minister Raila Odinga will eventually win. The Gatundu North member of Parliament Hon Wanjiku Kibe said that the ground has already accepted William Ruto and he may be leading in terms of numbers. Wanjiku Kibe has however said that Ruto will be surprised since he will not win.
Wanjiku Kibe was speaking in a rally where he rallied members of the Mt Kenya region to support Raila Odinga since he means well for the region. Wanjiku Kibe has been for sometime now silent but has finally broken her silence with the claim that the state may help Raila who will defeat Ruto.
It has been a common saying among the people's of Kenya that there exists a deep state which influences the outcome of elections. However, 2022 will tell.
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