Kenya Kwanza alliance presidential flag bearer William Ruto’s allies are confident that he will win the August presidential race.
Ruto allies have continuously dismissed any opinion poll or statistics placing his rival Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party ahead in the State House race.
On many occasions, Kenya Kwanza alliance brigades have labeled such polls a fabrication of the deep state.
Taking on Facebook on Wednesday, June 1, Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi dismissed claims by Interior PS Karanja Kibicho that National Intelligence Service (NIS) data showed Raila Odinga will defeat Ruto in round one.
“Are you talking about Kenya’s or Somalia’s intelligence? We have more intelligence than you do, we even have official copies of detailed information from your office,
“Is this how you’ve been misleading Uhuru? That’s why he’s running the country upside down?” Sudi said on Facebook.
Exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna was categorical that the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya presidential flag bearer will lose the August election even if the deep state hacks the IEBC server.
“Karanja Kibicho and the Shady Deep State, let me be crystal clear: William Ruto will defeat Raila Odinga. Hacking the IEBC servers won’t work this time. Kenyans are ready.” Miguna said on Twitter.
Sentiments by the two come after Interior PS Karanja Kibicho revealed that data by the National Intelligence Service (NIS) shows that Raila will beat Kenya Kwanza presidential flag bearer William Ruto with a resounding 60 percent.
“It is a first-round win. This is intelligence data and that’s what it’s saying,
“It is about 60 percent,” he said during an interview on Citizen TV on Tuesday, May 31.
On Monday, May 30, Kivumbi.co.ke reported that Information Communication Technology CS Joe Mucheru also said all available data has confirmed there will be no presidential run-off in the much-awaited 2022 presidential contest.
“We will not require around two-vote… All indicators are that he (Raila Odinga) will take it in round 1. “The data we have, the opinion polls available, and many other factors point to that reality,” Mucheru said.