While speaking from Naivasha on Sunday evening, deputy president William Ruto noted that there is sufficient evidence that there is nothing like the System or even the Deep State.
"Let me tell you people. We now have sufficient evidence that there is nothing like system in the country. There is nothing like the Deep State. Look here, isn't the court ruling sufficient evidence?"Deputy President William Ruto posed.
He continued to note that if there was a Deep State, the government would have been defeated during the Appeal that had been presented against the ruling by the High Court.
He has since rubbished the whole Building Bridges Initiative process saying that it was just a waste of people's time as well as resources yet it was aimed at dividing the nation.
He is currently attending a forum in Naivasha that brings together high profile leaders from the Western region under the leadership of former Kakamega county senator Boni Khalwale.
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