Mathira constituency member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua has today dismissed and deconstructed billionaires from Mt Kenya region who met with the former prime minister Raila Odinga yesterday for a luncheon at Safari Park.
While speaking on Ktn newshour,, Gachagua claims that those businessmen do not represent anyone from the mountain but safeguarding their own interests and businesses.
The vocal legislator is an ardent supporter of deputy president William Ruto through his hustler nation movement where they are focused on the minors of this country in a bid to empower and uplift them.
He has insisted that the people in Mt Kenya Foundation are just businessmen who are not familiar with the common mwananchi as they want to protect their own interests.
During the meeting yesterday at Safari Park, Raila vowed to protect the businesses in Mt Kenya saying that the old people have experience in leadership unlike youths who should watch as they are led.
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