Ngunjiri Wambugu had opined that the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has proved of his capacity to focus on issues affecting the ordinary Mt Kenya region. According to Wambugu, the deputy president is slowly taking over as the Kingpin of Mt Kenya through his ability to defend the interests of the ordinary citizen.
Ngunjiri Wambugu is confident that the region has bagged top positions in Kenya Kwanza government because of the ability to mobilize. It's expected that Mt Kenya region interests will be squarely under the shoulders of the deputy president.
Wambugu who supported Raila Odinga during the August 9th polls is confident that the people of Kenya and more so Mt Kenya region. It's expected that the dream of Mt Kenya region will be felt once Gachagua takes over the mantle.
The deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is a gentleman who is trying to push hard in his efforts to take over the reigns of leadership in Mt Kenya. Kenyans are waiting to know if Gachagua will succeed to bring leaders from the Mt Kenya region together.
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