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Ruto sets in motion plans to rig polls

Ruto sets in motion plans to rig polls

By Correspondent

Deputy President William Ruto’s Chief of Staff, Ken Osinde was killed so that former ICT Cabinet Secretary, Davis Chirchir can take up the position in which the holder enjoys privileged levels of access and security.

The move to bring in Chirchir in March was by design, to allow him enough time to set up systems and structures to rig the August 9 presidential poll.

Ruto was aware that Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Presidential candidate, Raila Odinga only needs a free and fair election to win big unlike the Kenya Kwanza which can only win by rigging.

Ruto started campaigns early as he also set in motion plans to rig the presidential race.

In the rigging plot, they are relying on a system they tested which failed in 2017 General Election but was perfected in Kiambaa by-election last year.

There were however challenges in Nandi Hills recently when it proved an impossible task for that system to be used to rig.

This informed the desperate action to mess up with the voter register.

Think about it; if they are able to move, we hear they had been able to do, at least 500 people per constituency from their respective polling station to a different one, they will have created polling chaos.

Chaos, a perfect recipe when you want to rig in peace.

Unfortunately for them, the key ingredients to this rigging plot: Kipchumba Murkomen, Dennis Itumbi, Chirchir and Adan Duale will have no room or space to execute the scheme.

They may have Chirchir, but, as Azimio, we have eyes that see, ears that hear, God and his people, enough to stop them.

When you hear a thief say someone is planning to steal, it's often that the very same thief is planning to steal.


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