Azimio ally, Oburu Odinga has opened up for the first time since his younger brother Raila Odinga lost election to President Ruto. The Siaya senator has revealed the plans the deep state placed in place against Wafula Chebukati to ensure that he does not declare Ruto President. Oburu revealed that the deep state appointed the four Commissioners Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi, Julius Nyang'anya and Irene Masit to ensure that Chebukati do not declare Ruto without agreeing with them.
"Our plan was that, by law, Chebukati was not supposed to make decisions on his own. That is why we were comfortable when the four commissioners joined him," he said. He further exposed that they went after Ruto leaving Chebukati who then looked for professionals from Venezuela. Oburu has also revealed that Uhuru Kenyatta believed that Chebukati could not announce Ruto as President. He is of the view that Chebukati betrayed Uhuru by declaring Ruto the President.
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