The Nyandarua County governor has revealed that Deep State exist in Kenya and therefore it's clear Ruto statehouse bid chances in 2022 are clearly minimal. Remember Kimemia has been an insider in statehouse and he know a lot about the deep state having been into the executive for along time before.
According to Francis Kimemia, when you have two powerful candidate who are neck to neck, if the deep state Joins to support one then the other goose is cooked. He is of the view that now that the deep state are against Ruto, he was in trouble.
Francis Kimemia who spoke to citizen TV revealed today affirmed that, it's clear you cannot beat the deep state especially when the international community comes in. Kimemia confirmed that though Ruto was popular, the factor of deep state cannot be underestimated for its real.
This just confirms Ruto troubles will only escalate with time given he seems to be against the establishment. Therefore it's a fact that trouble might face Ruto given he has already fallen out with the state machineries and the deep state.
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