Nyeri Town constituency member of Parliament Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu who is a top Kieleweke leader has this evening made a sarcastic comment online about the number of people who are currently supporting the two top presidential aspirants, Raila Odinga and William Ruto. While comparing photos from the two bigwigs rallies, Wambugu has agreed that they both have numbers.
However, the Nyeri Town lawmaker has said that it's now the "other thing" that will be left to determine who the winner of the election will be. Although Wambugu has not mentioned the other thing, many Kenyans think and have taken it as the now common theory of deep state.
"Everyone has people. Many of them. It's now the other things that will count," Ngunjiri has posted on his official Facebook page.
However, deputy president William Ruto several of his campaigns has been telling his followers that there is nothing like the deep state in Kenya, and that if it was there, he could have known.
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