Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi also known as Grand Mulla who is a staunch ally of Deputy President Hon William Ruto has alleged the criteria the state is planning to use in order to suppress Ruto's 2022 presidential winning chances.
According to Ahmednasir the state will start playing the politics of Identification Cards (ID) this is by holding the IDs of individuals from Dp Ruto's strong hold areas including, Rift Valley, Central, Nairobi to ensure voter registration is suppressed.
"With voter registration starting in October, mandarins in the office of the president will start playing the politics of ID cards, New ID Cards for Rift Valley, Central, Nairobi and NFD will be held in administrative snafu to ensure voter registration is suppressed," Ahmednasir wrote.
Ahmednasir's speculation comes few days after many Kenyans especially students seeking HELB loan launched series of complains concerning the slowed processing of ID Cards from various regions across the country.
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