As we speak right now, Rigathi Gachagua is Kenya's second deputy president, while Ruto is serving as the fifth President. It's just a few weeks after these two were sworn in and took oaths of office. Rigathi and Ruto's government is still taking shape as they're also working on stabilizing the economy which is in a bad situation.
Today, Rigathi Gachagua woke up to bad news concerning his family member. According to his post in Facebook, Rigathi Gachagua said that he received news about his elder brother Jack Reriani who died earlier today. Rigathi's message was full of sad sentiments as he revealed how the news really hit him hard and he's now the only living son in the family of Kirigo.
Details trending online show that Rigathi's brother was admitted at Karatina health care center during the time of his demise. The family said that Reriani's death was caused by diabetes and pressure that he had battled for a long time.
I want us to check out photos of Rigathi and his deceased brother Reriani.
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