Reason Why TangaTanga Mp Gachagua Could Not Manage To Join Dp Ruto At Isiolo County
By EdKam.News | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 9836 views
Picture for illustrative purpose.
Mathira Mp Rigathi Gachagua is together with his master Deputy President William Ruto leading the NO CAMPAIGN against the BBI Report under the TangaTanga Brigade. He is an executive member of the TangaTanga Brigade which is led by William Ruto.
While his TangaTanga Brigade led by the Patron William Ruto camped at Isiolo County, Rigathi Gachagua joined family and hundreds of friends of the late Wilson Kariuki in a befiting ceremony to bid him farewell at Ngurumo Village. This is why he didn't manage to walk along with his master as usual.
Attached please find his facebook post as captured from his facebook timeline.￼Picture for illustrative purpose.
On the other hand his master Deputy President William Ruto was at Isiolo County with other TangaTanga Brigade members including Garissa Town Mp Aden Duale.Picture for illustrative purpose.
While at Isiolo County, William Ruto attended a prayer service and presided over the empowerment of 70 churches.
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