Kiharu Member of Parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro has responded to Principal Secretary of Ministry of Interior Karanja Kibicho after the vocal government official said that Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga is ahead by 60 percent based on National Intelligence Service data.
Karanja Kibicho went ahead and claimed that the former Prime Minister is going to win the upcoming elections in the first round, eliminating any chances of a runoff. He further stated that DP Ruto has a small following and he usually edits his photos after a political rally to mislead Kenyans that his crowds were big.
Taking to his social media platforms, Ndindi Nyoro dismissed Karanja Kibichos's sentiments saying that Kibicho is setting up gimmicks and plans to reject election results.
Nyoro added that the NIS is aware that they are going to lose therefore they are making reckless remarks to prepare their supporters protestsests and demonstrations after August 9th. He also went ahead and posted a videothe of the DP Ruto crowd in Kirinyaga on Sunday.
The DP Ruto-led camp has been complaining of plans by the deep state to rig them out in the upcoming polls. However, the UDA party leader William Ruto has maintained that no one can dare steal his votes.
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