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Gachagua Alleges One of The First Things That Would've Happened if Raila Won in August.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has asserted that President William Ruto's loss to Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga in the general election of August would have resulted in unfavorable repercussions.

Gachagua asserts that the loss of the contentious prime land owned by Kenyatta University would have been one of the first things to have occurred.

He asserts that had Raila won, a plan to seize the land was being developed, and that the university and its students should be relieved that Ruto won.

After the previous administration attempted to get the institution to turn over a portion of its land to the state in order to establish a new facility, the DP claimed that the land would be lost to land grabbers.

"Your country had already been taken over if things had gone wrong and William Ruto had not been chosen to be the next president. In order to reinstate the land to Kenyatta University, we have instructed the Ministry of Lands to revoke such allocations "He remarked on Friday at KU.

He noted that once Ruto is in charge, the university would regain ownership of the land that was going to be utilized to build the logistics center and a Regional Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Only a small piece will be taken away, according to Gachagua, and used to satisfy the Kamae squatters' claims to ownership of a portion of the land.

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