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Irungu Kangata Alleges That The State May Using Wajackoyah To Cut Off Ruto's Vote

President Uhuru Kenyatta has been the president of Kenya since 2013 when he took over from the late president Mwai Kibaki, he has been serving his second term since 2017 and this year marks his end of the term in office.

The race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta has seen four presidential aspirants receive a go-ahead by the independent electoral and boundaries commission to campaign for their bid ahead 9th August elections. Former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga will be running for the top seat for the fifth time now, deputy president William Ruto will be using the UDA ticket, George Wajackoyah will be using the Roots party tickets and Wahiga Mwaure represents the Agano party.

Murang'a senator and DP Ruto ally Irungu Kangata have said that the government may be using George Wajackoyah to limit Ruto's winning chances, he that Wajackoyah is selling illegal agenda with police protection with media publicity, and he says that there could be a hand for this moves to cut the youth vote in which Ruto is perceived to be controlling.

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