There have been debate on the existence of Deep State's Influence as far as presidential election results in Kenya are concerned.There have been outcries on the alleged Influence by the state on who should win a presidential contest even if the process seems to be transparent and democratic.
Former Head of Civil and Service and Nyandarua governor Francis Kimemia has boldly come out clean to shed light on the existence of the so-called Deep State.In an interview with Citizen TV on Tuesday morning, Kimemia opined that Deep State truly exist and do have Influence in presidential results' outcome.He explained that the Deep State is deeply rooted more than people do understand.
He alleged that the Deep State runs all the way from polling stations to highest offices in the land.He clarrified that should any two candidates with 50:50 chances of winning contest against each other,the canditate that is backed by the Deep State is and to some extent must just have to carry the day.
Kimemia explained that only an electable and acceptable candidate could ride on the favour of Deep State as his or her election does not necessarily depend on rigging but on various factors including electability.He said the involvement of Deep State does not necessarily mean rigging of an election.
These latest revelations by Kimemia are likely to spark a new debate in the political terrain as some key leaders have been lamenting over the Deep State's Influence on presidential election outcomes.
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