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Gov. Kimemia in Hot Soup Over His “Deep State” Remark

Photo Credit: Citizen TV

Nyandarua county Governor Francis Kimemia is in hot soup over his Monday's ‘Deep state’ remark.

Dr. Ekuru Aukot led Third way Alliance Party has raise alarm regarding, Kimemia’s ‘expose’ of existence of influential people working as undercover to determine who to be a president in Kenya.

Kimemia on Monday, while in an interview at Citizen TV, sensationally claimed Kenya has ‘deep state.’

Aukot has given Kimemia three days to explain further who are ‘deep states’ and come straight on already elections manipulated by his alleged organ.Photo Credit: Facebook

“As a party, we give Kimemia three days to come clean and share all information on past and present election manipulation schemes, failure to which we shall move to court,” he said.

In a statement, Aukot argued, the remark by Kimemia is a threat to Kenya’s democracy.

“Francis Kimemia made a grave admission which threatens not just our democracy but the very foundation of this Nation,” he added.

As this was published, This writer has not established if Kimemia has responded to Aukot’s statement.

Hereunder is statement by Thirdway Alliance Party

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