Speaking after winning the member of parliament seat in Kikuyu Constituency, Kimani Ichungwah has hit out at president Uhuru Kenyatta for trying to stop Ruto. According to Ichungwah, the deputy President William Ruto is headed for a win and such will be inevitable.
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According to Ichungwah, the dark forces of the system and the deep state has failed miserably. Ichungwah is confident that Uhuru Kenyatta will retire in shame for going against the deputy President William Ruto.
Ichungwah is clear majority of the people of Mt Kenya region voted for the deputy President William Ruto to confirm their choice leader. It's such matters that leaves him to conclude that Uhuru's efforts to rally Mt Kenya against Ruto was useless.
Whether the deputy President William Ruto will win against Raila as predicted by the Kikuyu Constituency MP Kimani Ichungwah, let's wait and see. It's obvious that at the moment the deputy President William Ruto is leading in vote tally.
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