Kenya is in political wrangle for power succession from members of the cabinet assembly upto presidency.Every politicians is still trial and error as they try to figure out which party, coalition and aspirants has greater weight in clinching power.The most enormous eyed race is Presidency.
Amid this,the United Democratic Alliance party leader William Ruto close ally Dennis Itumbi has emerged with powerful claims alleging on the deep state new frontier.He trying to accuse them falsely of intimidating churches, putting AIPCA under pressure and HNIB will public details on the game later.
He tweeted " Deep State New Frontier.
AIPCA currently under immrnse Pressure.
HNIB will publish details of the game later....
A La Murder PS, Wonderjoy, an MP from Nyeri & a legislator from Muranga, wacheni Kifua na Madharau."
According to him he tries to blame deep state for all the vices taking place in the country.This has sparkles many reactions and comments.
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