Over time, the deputy president of Kenya hon William Ruto together with his allies from UDA party have been engaging on a serious competition with the president of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta together with his Jubilee party. These two sides have been competing in the past by-elections in the country starting with msambweni where UDA showed president Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party a dust.
Now, today, fresh details has emerged on what the deepstate is planning to do during the election day in Kiambaa constituency. As reported by Dennis Itumbi through his twitter page, the group calling itself the deepstate is planning to ban all the media press outside every polling station in Kiambaa during the election day. According to Itumbi, this decision was made after a meeting Conducted at lavingthon today in the morning.
"NIS. Lavington; Dear CS Elachi & the rest who were in that meeting, HustlerNation agents already know what was discussed.Change strategy IMPORTANTLY, they will NOT allow any briefing outside the Polling Station. Anything that has to be said, let it be said ndani ya stream." Said Mr Itumbi
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