Mathira member of parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua has sparked a mixed reactions in the country after claiming that a section of tycoons that met Raila Odinga are the problems in the region. Speaking in an interview with KTN NEWS Rigathi claimed that these people have no close contact with people at the ground hence can never talk on behalf of the great region.Gachagua who is a close ally to DP William Ruto alleged that DP William Ruto has already created a good link with the people of the region and warned that whoever will not follow his ways then he or she will have to be blamed. He congratulated Kirinyaga County Governor Hon Ann Mumbi Waiguru for realising that UDA is the way to go.
He also revealed that the so called Mt Kenya foundation plays no role in helping one to secure votes but to only find him in order to safeguard their wealth.
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