Political dynamics in the country is changing very fast as we near August General elections. Few days ago ,27th February Dp William Ruto left the country for a 12 days tour in US and UK. While in US, Dp William Ruto lamented about the scheme of Kenya's government to use some gov't agencies to rig August General election. In his address at Karson Institute for Race, Peace and Social Justice in the US, the DP made assertions that there were plans to rig him out in the August 9 polls and therefore asked the international community and US to help him stop this schemes.
However, Former Lagdera MP Farah Maalim has blasted Dp William Ruto and claimed that Deputy President William Ruto fears the tricks Jubilee government used to win elections in 2017 against Raila Odinga will be utilised against him. In an interview with K24, Farah Maalim allegedly said that Ruto is lamenting knowing very well in advance since he knew the tricks he used in 2017 would be put to work against him to make sure he does not win the elections.
"Now that he knows very well that the tricks he used against other Kenyans will be used against him because he's not holding the instruments of government, he's not the deep state, he's shouting very loud well in advance to say they are going to be rigged out," said Maalim
Ruto us now currently in UK where he is expected to spent there 3 days before coming back into the country to prepare for August General election.
What is your opinions concerning Farah Maalim's allegations against Dp William Ruto of fearing the 2017 scheme? Drop your comments below.
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