Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on Sunday told off critics of the Kenya Kwanza government on appointments, saying that they are not going to bring on board people who did not believe in their agenda during the elections.
In a joint interview with the media, Gachagua claimed that the former President Uhuru Kenyatta brought in to government the ODM boss Raila Odinga and his camp, who sabotaged the Jubilee government, terming such move as a mistake President Ruto's government will not do.
"Once bitten twice shy, Uhuru Kenyatta brought characters into his government who did not believe in him and his agenda and in the process they messed the whole Jubilee transformative agenda. William Ruto will not make that mistake."
"He will embrace all Kenyans from all communities, but the people who will help him to manage the affairs of this country are those who believe in him, the bottom-up economic agenda and his leadership."
Gachagua's remarks comes at a time when the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance have been claiming that they are sidelined in government appointments owing to the DP's controversial remarks that government is like a company.
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