Riggy G become a darling of many Kenyans ever since he shot to fame. This was the time he was elected as Ruto's running mate to presidency and as fate would have it, they won the elections. This made lots of attention to be directed to the deputy president and an attracted follower changed his name from Rigathi Gachagua to Riggy G.
As a reward, the lucky lady who branded Gachagua a new name was rewarded by being offered employment at the deputy president's office. And that it not all, a Kisii university student called Zakaria Waithira concentrated on Rigathi and decided to create comedy from him.
The computer science student famously referred to as KK came to earn himself the nickname "Rigathi Gachagua" due to the comedy he derives from the deputy president. But in a story by Radio Jambo on Facebook, the student is facing a deep challenge.
' Rigathi Gachagua ' says he faces the danger of discontinuing his studies since he has a balance of Ksh. 11,000 which he is supposed to clear before 30th of October. The university is giving students lots of pressure to clear their fees before then or their studies will have to be Stoped. The comedian now seeks for help to clear his fees balance.
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