Citizen television has reacted after Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua leaves Sh800,000 in his former School Kianyaga Boys High in Kirinyaga County today for bash, after returning to the school to give thanks after he emerged victorious to be the second in command of the country in last year's general elections.
In their Facebook page this evening, Citizen television has reacted on the gesture by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua today of giving Sh500,000 to Kianyaga Boys High School students for bash as they head for a half term, Sh200, 000 for teachers to prepare their own bash also as well as Sh100,000 for other subordinate staffs, with a three word comment "Riggy G wa maform" (Rigathi Gachagua of patrying forms).
The DP has dished out that amount of money as a thank you gesture to the school for educating him and mentoring him to be the deputy president of the country. He argued that he could not have left the school without preparing for them a hefty bash to continue remembering him.
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