As the clock to the 2022 presidential polls ticks down, the dreams of deputy president William Ruto keep fading. Allegedly, the president and the DCI are plotting plans which are going against the deputy president ahead of the coming polls. Regarding this issue, a very close ally to the deputy president by the name Rigathi Gachagua who is among the few political allies the deputy president still has in government. Rigathi Gachagua criticized the actions of the DCI and the president.
"The Directorate has abandoned his co-function of fighting crime and gone into politics. The DCI is being used to settle political scores to manage politics and to stop William Ruto from becoming the President of the Republic of Kenya," said Rigathi Gachagua.
"The DCI has come up with charges against leaders fabricated charges to those who are allied to the Deputy President," added Gachagua.
What are you thoughts on the bottom up shenanigans of the deputy president. Share your sentiments on the comment section below.
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