Former Independent Election And Boundary Commission (IEBC) member Dr. Roselyn Akombe is at it again, this time leaving many Kenyans talking after she responded to allegations by Nyandarua Governor Hon Francis Kimemia on 'Deep State' role in general elections.
This comes after the Nyandarua boss made allegations in an interview with one of the local stations that the Deep State should not be ignored in matters electing the president since they can decide who will become the Commander-In-Chief.
"It could be deeper and deep... If you have two candidates... Let's say at 50-50..and the deep state backs one, you can be sure that one will win the election...but the candidate must be credible and electable." The Governor noted.
In her response, Roselyn Akombe who surprised many during the run-up to the 2017 General election by resigning from his post citing threats and intimidations, has Sarcastically responded to Kimemi's claim.
" If you know, you know... " She tweeted.
This has drawn mixed reactions from Kenyans with some agreeing with her sentiments while others not.
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