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The One Man in DP Ruto's Camp Giving Azimio Sleepless Nights and Why Raila's Team Fears Him so Much

With the confirmation that the General Election is now on and the race has kicked off, the presidential candidates knows very well that this year's race narrows down to technology which the IEBC is banking on to deliver the forthcoming polls. In this regard, the Kenya Kwanza presidential aspirant William Ruto and Azimio la Umoja One Kenya party presidential candidate Raila Odinga have each tapped two leading tech gurus to help them ascend to the top office.Kenya: Kenyatta top agent Chirichir responsible for bungling August poll - Odinga

DP Ruto on his part has banked his faith in tech guru Davies Chirchir who happened to have been the Jubilee Party during the 2017 polls as the chief agent at the National tallying center. On Raila's camp, they have sought the help of ICT chief is Mr George Njoroge who is the East African Data Handlers chief executive officer and managing director.Uhuru's former chief agent appointed Ruto's head of staff - The Standard

What however has come out to play is that the Azimio camp are worried of Ruto's man Chirchir and they had even accused him of tampering with the elections and that his presence in Ruto's camp gives them jitters. Mr Chirchir who is currently working at the office of the deputy president as the chief of staff, is a silent guy but his work behind the computers speaks loudest.Irony As Ruto Asks USA To Help Him Stop Rigging After Appointing Davis  Chirchir Who Hacked IEBC Servers In 2017 - SonkoNews

Holding a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nairobi and a Master of Business Administration from the Royal Holloway, University of London, Chirchir is one of the tech gurus who are trusted to deliver and that's why Ruto chose him. Having worked before at the IEBC, Chirchir fully understands how operations in the IEBC are run.

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Chirchir General Election George Njoroge University of London University of Nairobi


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