Over time, there have been some allegations that there is a certain group of individuals in the country who can determine the next president of Kenya apart from the electorate. This group has been named as the deepstate or the system. These allegations concerning the deepstate are always being driven by the Kieleweke allies in the country.
Now, today, president Uhuru Kenyatta's government has come out to clear the air concerning the people responsible for determining the next president of Kenya. Through Mr Cyrus Oguna, the spokesperson of the goverment, the goverment said that the Kenyan youths who make the majority of the population are the one who will determine the fifth president.
However, Mr Oguna warned politicians of sponsoring political warriors in the social media to sell their ambitions saying that these social media goons will not assist them in any way. "Choosing to remain anonymous on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as keyboard warriors is not how to make a difference." Cyrus Oguna.
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