The Nyandarua Governor, Francis Kimemia has spilled the beans about the complexity of the Deep State and how deep rooted the system is. Kimemia who was speaking in breakfast show at Citizen Television Confirmed that the Deep State actually exists and it's not a myth.
He said the Deep State is a no go zone and it is very difficult to defeat the system's candidate in an election. He quoted in an election where the Candidates are having 50-50 chance of winning, and one of the Candidates gets the backing of the State, the Candidate will always win.
He went further to reveal that the Deep State is so complex as it runs from the villages up to the polling station, which can make it really difficult to defeat. Though he rulled out the fact that the winning could be obtained through rigging.
" The state Exists but I can assure you it' could be deeper than deep, if you have two Candidates at the rate of 50:50 and the deep state backs one, you can be sure one will win" Kimemia Said.
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