Angry Sonko reveals how NIS was used in 2013 presidential election
04 August 2016, 07:24
Nairobi - Nairobi Senator, Mike Sonko on Monday came out angrily to protest against the ongoing reports that Jubilee is planning to back Eugene Wamalwa for Nairobi Governor in 2017.
A visibly angry Sonko said there are people misleading the ‘system’ about who should run for Nairobi top job.
Sonko said if Jubilee decides to endorse Wamalwa, he will 'go to the people’.
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Sonko also revealed that during the 2013 presidential election, the National Intelligence Service (NIS), now National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS), advised former President Mwai Kibaki on who should succeed him.
“NIS misled Kibaki that Mudavadi should be the next President but Uhuru won. The same will happen (in 2017),” he said.
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