Former Independent Election And Boundary Commission (IEBC) member Dr. Roselyn Akombe is at it again, this time leaving many Kenyans talking after she responded to allegations by Nyandarua Governor Hon Francis Kimemia on 'Deep State' role in general elections. This comes after the Nyandarua boss made allegations in an interview with one of the local stations that the Deep State should not be ignored in matters electing the president since they can decide who will become the Commander-In-Chief.
Photo Credit: Citizen TV Nyandarua county Governor Francis Kimemia is in hot soup over his Monday's ‘Deep state’ remark. Dr. Ekuru Aukot led Third way Alliance Party has raise alarm regarding, Kimemia’s ‘expose’ of existence of influential people working as undercover to determine who to be a president in Kenya.
According to the statement by Francis Kimemia today morning at Citizen TV, he believes that DP Ruto is likely to loose the 2022 polls. According to his statement, he believes that DP Ruto has do many negative things that will haunt his 2022 ambitions. While speaking at citizen TV, the Nyandarua governor stated that the DP Ruto is likely to loose the 2022 polls due to the following reasons:
Former Interior Public Service Principal Secretary and current Governor of Nyandarua Hon Francis Kimemia. (Photo courtesy). Former Principal Secretary of Public Service who is currently serving as the Governor of Nyandarua County Hon Francis Kimemia, has revealed out to the public that Deep State is actually existing in the government and it helps a presidential candidate to win the top seat if it relies on his side.
City lawyer Ahmednassir Abdulahi and lawyer Proffesor Makau Mutua has exchanged words over Governor Kimemia comments on how the 2022 General elections will be decided. Yesterday, Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia said that there exist a system that will decide who will decide the General elections. Governor Francis Kimemia also added that the International Community also plays a vital role in matters of General elections.
Former Head of Public Service and Nyandarua governor, Francis Kimemia was hosted this morning on Citizen TV. It happens a day after his speaker was in the studio. Yesterday on morning show, Wahome levelled a good number of accusations towards Kimemia, he described how the governor has been staging scathing attacks in the event to bar him from County Assembly, thus tainting his name so as he becomes unsuitable candidate to run in the gubernatorial race.
Courtesy Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia has subjected Kenyans to mixed of political reaction as the country political tempo rise amid revelation on existence of the alleged Deep state and it possible ways to influence the elections. Speaking to Citizen morning breakfast show, the jubilee elected governor who also served as Cabinet Secretary in first tenure of Uhuru, Ruto Government informed, the state exist, it could be deeper than deep.
A former influential operative in the Kibaki administration has lifted the lid on the 'system' revealing what it can do in the event of a closely fought presidential election. Former head of public service and current Nyandarua governor Francis Kimemia fell short of saying deep state had the power to subvert the electoral process during an interview with citizen TV.
Succession politics are the main talk in the country as 2022 General elections is approaching very quick. President Uhuru Kenyatta is yet to reveal who he will endorse after his fall out with Deputy President William Ruto, but several people believe that he will support Raila Odinga for Presidency.
Nyandarua Governor Hon Francis Kimemia. (Photo courtesy). Nyandarua Governor Hon Francis Kimemia, has revealed out that every President in Kenya is usually having interests on who is coming to succeed him, when he is approaching his retirement and the people who are usually close to him at State House usually knows the preferred candidate.
Photo:Politicians in a past rally The issue of deep state that was brought by Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia has sparked off a political debate in the country. Francis Kimemia revealed that there is a system based on the deep state that will determine the next year's 2022 General elections.
As the country political tempo rises, with the race to state House intensifying among aspirants before 2022, Nyandarua governor Francis Kimemia has acknowledged the existence of the so-called deep state in the Kenyan political scene. The term is itself controversial. It purportedly refers to a covert network allegedly embedded within the government, bureaucracy, intelligence agencies, and other institutions that allegedly control state policy behind the scenes.
A confidant of the late former president Moi has today suffered a major blow after Senate ordered revocation of the tittle deed of a 10 acres land in Kitale. This will see the former Kenya Seed Company CEO lose close to 250 million shilling once the order is implemented.
There have been debate on the existence of Deep State's Influence as far as presidential election results in Kenya are concerned.There have been outcries on the alleged Influence by the state on who should win a presidential contest even if the process seems to be transparent and democratic. Former Head of Civil and Service and Nyandarua governor Francis Kimemia has boldly come out clean to shed light on the existence of the so-called Deep State.In an interview with Citizen TV on Tuesday morning, Kimemia opined that Deep State truly exist and do have Influence in presidential results' outcome.He explained that the Deep State is deeply rooted more than people do understand.
As the political mood takes shape in Kenya, many political realignments are expected in the near future. Quite a good number of new entrants are associating themselves with veterans for purposes of riding on their backs for endorsements. However, Peninah John Methu has taken a totally different route.
The Nyandarua Governor, Francis Kimemia has spilled the beans about the complexity of the Deep State and how deep rooted the system is. Kimemia who was speaking in breakfast show at Citizen Television Confirmed that the Deep State actually exists and it's not a myth. He said the Deep State is a no go zone and it is very difficult to defeat the system's candidate in an election.
Francis Kimemia, the governor of Nyandarua county has claimed that anyone presidential candidate who will have the backing of the deepstate will win the forthcoming general elections. The former head of public service stated that the system works and can't be defeated, he revealed how the scheme works claiming that it is everywhere during the presidential elections, he revealed that it al begins from villages and are spread all over the polling stations.
Courtesy As the country political tempo rises, with the race to state House intensifies among aspirants, Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia has finally made clarity on allegedly existence of Deep state and how it works to Influence the elections. Speaking to Citizen TV morning breakfast show, Governor Kimemia informed, of course the state exist but could even be deeper than deep if their exist two candidate at 50:50 rate, and the state backs on, you will be sure that one will win.
Today, the ministry of health recorded 511 positive cases for covid-19, this was after a sample size of 7955 were tested in the last 24 hours. For now, the total positive cases confirmed are 245,337 an cummulative tests conducted so far are at 2,478,820 people.In terms of distribution, Nairobi county is leading with 137, Baringo 5, Bomet 5, Nakuru 40, Nyandarua 36, Kiambu 35, Kisii 28, Embu 21, Machakos 20, Makueni 17, Meru 17, Kericho 16, Kajiado 15, Tharaka Nithi 14, Mombasa 12, Laikipia 12, Murang'a 12, Kitui 11, Uasin Gishu 9, Kakamega 6, Narok 5, Turkana 5, Marsabit 4, Tana River 3, Kirinyaga 3, Bungoma 3, Busia 3, Nandi 3, Kisumu 2, Lamu 2, Trans Nzoia 2, Siaya 2, Nyeri 2, Elgeyo Marakwet 1, Wajir 1, Kilifi 1 and Migori 1 case.A total of 273 patients have recovered from Covid-19, out of which 168 are fro different health facilities and 105 are from home based care and isolation program.
[Photo courtesy] On the night of September 19, 2018, inside her apartment at Lamuria Gardens in Kilimani, Monica Nyawira Kimani was found dead brutally murdered by unknown people but the main suspect remains Joseph Irungu, aka Jowie. Talking to a local media station, Monica's father Bishop Paul Ngarama fondly remembered two important occasions of Monica's life, October 12, 1990, when she was born in Ol Kalou General Hospital in Nyandarua County and secondly her death which remains as the most painful memory to him to date.