Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has attacked Raila Odinga as he claims what he did bad that cost him his lucrative job of African Union special envoy for Infrastructure and Development.
Speaking in Mombasa during the launch of Taifa Gas, Gachagua claimed that Raila lost his job because he concentrated on demonistrations instead of attending to his international duties as required by job ethics. He dismissed speculations that it is President Ruto that caused Raila to lose his job as he even thanked the AU people for making Raila's job come to an end because he was busy holding demonstrations.
"Maandamano ambayo Raila Odinga anafanya inamletea hasara kubwa sana. Alikuwa na kazi kubwa ya African Union Infrastructure lakini akafukuzwa kwasababu aliacha Kazi akaenda maandamano," Dp Gachagua said.
Gachagua has also called Raila Odinga to call of his demonistrations because no amount of intimidations from opposition will stop him and President Ruto from delivering the alleged promises to kenyans.
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