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On Thursday, Ruto claimed that he was aware of a plot to rig polls in Rift Valley.On Thursday, Ruto claimed that he was aware of a plot to rig polls in Rift Valley.

Kenya has a shortage of fools! Matiang'i tells off Ruto over rigging claims

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Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi told reporters in Nairobi on Friday that no decision had been made to suppress voter turnout in Rift Valley region and denied holding secret meetings with administration officials to coordinate disruptions on Election Day. - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today | Capitalfm.co.keInterior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi told reporters in Nairobi on Friday that no decision had been made to suppress voter turnout in Rift Valley region and denied holding secret meetings with administration officials to coordinate disruptions on Election Day.

Matiangi denies existence of State-sanctioned voter suppression campaign » Capital News

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A video shared on Twitter claiming to show Deputy President William Ruto admitting to growing his career from corruption is ALTERED. Ruto is running to become Kenya’s fifth president in the 9 August…In the original BBC interview, Ruto said he has grown his career from nothing.

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Kenya has a history of politicians exploiting historical grudges and ethnic differences to foment tensions between communities in order to win elections. This tactic was invoked recently when a video was shared on social media alongside the claim that it showed Deputy President William Ruto inciting members of his community in Eldoret town in Uasin Gishu county against otherKenya has a history of politicians exploiting historical grudges and ethnic differences to foment tensions between communities in order to win elections. This tactic was invoked recently when a video was shared on social media alongside the claim that it showed Deputy President William Ruto inciting members of his community in Eldoret town in Uasin Gishu county against other Kenyans living in the region. But this is false: the clip has been deliberately miscaptioned. In the video, Ruto is actually asking communities living in the region to co-exist peacefully.

Video miscaptioned to create impression Kenyan presidential aspirant Ruto was inciting violence | Fact Check

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho in trouble after sharing an edited video of William Ruto. The video made it appear like the Kenya Kwanza flag bearer was allegedly inciting divisive politics during a rally in Uasin Gishu County. | Pulselive KenyaMombasa Governor Hassan Joho in trouble after sharing an edited video of William Ruto

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho in trouble after sharing an edited video of William Ruto | Pulselive Kenya

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Interior CS Fred Mating'ai has countered Deputy President William Ruto's claims that the state is using administrators to manipulate polls the August 9 polls.Interior CS Fred Mating'ai has countered Deputy President William Ruto's claims that the state is using administrators to manipulate polls the August 9 polls.

Fred Matiang'i Fires Salvos at William Ruto after Alleging Rigging, Chaos: "Wazazi Wetu Hawakuzaa Nyang'au" - Tuko.co.ke

"When you hold a position as big as the DP of a country, try and persuade yourself to be truthful, it is the honourable thing to do.""When you hold a position as big as the DP of a country, try and persuade yourself to be truthful, it is the honourable thing to do."

Kibicho in Another Unforgiving Attack on Ruto After Televised Rant - Kenyans.co.ke