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"Uhuru Was Very Poor In Communicating With Kikuyus" Wambugu Compares Uhuru With DP, Critics Uhuru

The alleged "coup" plot that occurred at the Bomas of Kenya the year before William Samoei Ruto was declared the winner of the presidential election should be exposed, according to Attorney-General Justin Muturi.

This comes after it was said that high-ranking government officials went to Bomas on August 15, 2022, and tried to get IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati to "moderate" the election results in favor of Azimio leader Raila Odinga or open the door for a run-off.

Additionally, President William Ruto had emphasized the existence of an alleged scheme to deny him victory in the election. He had stated that this was one of the most important topics that would be investigated when a committee was set up to look into "State Capture" under former President Uhuru Kenyatta.

However, Dr. Ruto appears to be cautious and pragmatic when it comes to launching an investigation into Uhuru Kenyatta. However, at the same time, younger politicians, newly appointed government officials, and party activists want Ruto's administration to pursue Uhuru Kenyatta and senior government officials.

Even though Uhuru Kenyatta was not a candidate in the elections in August, it is also alleged that he was supporting former Prime Minister Raila Odinga against his then-deputy, Dr. William Ruto. Details indicate that only Uhuru Kenyatta was able to send high-ranking government officials to the Bomas during the August elections.

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