– Akombe alleged Uhuru and Ruto were hoodwinking Kenyans through “fake” fights so as to divert attention from their failed presidency
– The eloquent smooth talker claimed the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and the hustler nation narrative were parts of the same coin that were created by the so called deep state
– She resigned from her position IEBC commissioner during a time when the country was in a crisis following the Supreme Court nullification of the 2017 presidential election
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Former Independent, Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioner Roselyn Akombe has opened the pandora’s box on the strained relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.
The eloquent smooth talker claimed the “dynamic duo” were hoodwinking Kenyans through “fake” fights so as to divert attention from their failed presidency.
While responding to a tweet by one @ndukoomatigere, the Kenyan citizen agreed to the tweep’s remarks that Uhuru and Ruto were using “military deception” to fool Kenyans.
“MILDEC (military deception) is what the #Uhuruto duo adopted to deflect public rage away from their failed presidency. They knew you were about to revolt so they created a fog of war (#BBI and Tangatanga) to disorient you as they consolidate their advantage. It’s psychological operations at work,” Nduko wrote.
While quoting the post, Akombe alleged the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and the hustler nation narrative were parts of the same coin that were allegedly created by the so called deep state which the president and his principal assistant were part of.
“On point! They are banking on vita vya panzi, furaha ya kukunguru (a fight among locusts is a feast for the crow) #BBIReport and #hustlernation are narratives created from the same deep state factory. All to maintain the core economic interests of the billionaires and securocrats who run the country (plutocracy). Wako pamoja (they are together),” she said.
As was earlier reported by TUKO.co.ke, Akombe resigned from her position as a commissioner of the IEBC during a time when the country was in a crisis following the Supreme Court nullification of the 2017 presidential election.
She cited threats to her life as the main concern that led her to flee to exile to New York, United States of America.
After her exit from the commission, she landed a senior role at the United Nations department of political affairs where she is currently working as the chief of policy planning and guidance.
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