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DP Ruto drops an afternoon shocker, reveals secret deals Chebukati has being doing with Uhuru

by Paul Nyongesa
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Deputy President William Ruto has alleged that the former Prime Minister Raila  Odinga, President Uhuru Kenyattta and the ICT team are planning to rig the next elections after reports emerged that President Uhuru Kenyatta had instructed the  Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission {IEBC} chairman Wafula Chebukati not to allow the use of the physical register.

Dr Ruto said that he will make sure that people are given their democratic rights and choose leaders of their choice.

He said the use of physical register will be put in use to curb alteration of the results during transmission.

He said that his team will be on the watch to see a  clear and transparent results so that the alleged deep state and a group of individuals can’t interfere with the election results.

His sentiment comes days after Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit cautioned the electoral agency against abandoning the physical register in the forthcoming General Election.

Ole Sapit argued that move by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to fully rely on electronic system could turn out disastrous if it fails.

“The commission needs to keep both the physical and electronic register so that we ensure the results being transmitted are verifiable,” said Sapit.

Speaking in Nakuru,  accompanied by ACK Nakuru Bishop Joseph Muchai,  yesterday, Sapit revealed that being a high-octane election, the commission should assure Kenyans of delivering a credible election to avert any electoral violence.

IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati had explained that the decision  to ditch the physical register for a digital one was geared to guard against malpractices witnessed in the 2017 polls.

He further called on leaders not to polarise the country, stating that the recent intolerance witnessed in different parts of the country could be avoided if peace was preached in their campaigns.

“We have seen the NCIC report that indicated a number of hotspot counties. We  need to ensure we do not reginalise politics for the sake of peace,” he said.

According to Sapit, Kenyans have a democratic right to scrutinise leaders’ manifestos during the campaigns and put them on task when they get into office to ensure accountability.

“I believe all Kenyans need is peace and a conducive environment to conduct their business,” Sapit said.

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