• The DP said Maalim was holding night meetings with people to plan the violence.
• Ruto added that the President is also aware of the night meetings by the commissioners.
Deputy President William Ruto is now accusing Rift Valley Regional commissioner Maalim Mohamed of planning chaos on election day.
Speaking to the press on Thursday, the DP said Maalim was holding night meetings with people to plan the violence.
He claimed the Rift Valley RC is being helped by Trans Nzoia, Uasin Gishu and Nakuru County commissioners.
"The Regional Commissioner of Rift Valley, Maalim Mohamed, the County commissioners Samson Ojwang of Trans Nzoia and Stephen Kihara of Uasin Gishu and Erastus Mbui of Nakuru are part of this scheme. They are the people holding night meetings to plan conflict amongst Kenyans," Ruto said.
"We are aware of night meetings being held to orchestrate disharmony."
Speaking to the Star, RC Maalim said he was aware of the allegations by the DP but could not comment.
He went on to accuse President Uhuru Kenyatta of holding a meeting in Nakuru during his recent visit, whose outcome he said will not be good for Kenya.
Ruto added that the President is also aware of the night meetings by the commissioners.
"Unfortunately, the President of Kenya is aware. We are asking his Excellency the President in his constitutional duty as the President of Kenya to ensure the country is safe and to stop these people from planning the evil they are planning.
"The President knows them very well and must stop them from causing conflict," he said.
The DP linked the recently found leaflets with threats in parts of Uasin Gishu county to the meetings.
He insisted the leaflets were part of the outcome of the meetings.