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Is KENNETH LUSAKA kicking himself for joining DP RUTO? – See what he stated about NIS reports showing RAILA with a 60 percent advantage.

Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka has weighed in on Interior Principal Secretary Dr.Karanja Kibicho’s allegations that a report from the National Intelligence Service (NIS) suggested that former Prime Minister Raila Odinga will win the August 9th election with more than 60% of the vote.

Raila has a clear advantage in the August 9th election, according to NIS reports, according to Kibicho, who talked to Citizen TV last week.

Lusaka, a close supporter of Deputy President William Ruto, said he couldn’t disagree with the accusations because Kibicho’s employer, President Uhuru Kenyatta, receives a lot of intelligence from NIS and the military.

Lusaka characterized Uhuru as a wise man who had served as the country’s leader for nearly a decade.

“The President is well-acquainted with all of us.” He is the President, and he is the country’s largest consumer of intelligence. Lusaka is well-known to him, and he is well-versed in my methods.

“Whatever factors influence his decision, I believe he is a wise man, and Kenyans have entrusted him with the task of leading us for the next ten years.” He understands why he made that decision. “I can’t presume to offer him advice,” Lusaka replied.

Lusaka, who is running for the Bungoma gubernatorial seat on the Ford Kenya ticket, also stated that if Raila Odinga wins the August 9th election, he is willing to cooperate with him.

“Raila is one of my closest friends. We both support Arsenal, and he has watched football at my house while I have also visited his. Working with him is not a problem for me. I wasn’t sure if I’d be locked out because the present governor had already moved to DAP- K in Azimio.” As said by Lusaka.

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