Rigathi Gachagua has slammed Raila for his visit to Murang'a where he attended a church service before addressing residents on a range of issues.
The vocal DP Ruto ally has slammed Raila, claiming that Raila has necer been a church goer and has began looking for sympathy from the people of Murang'a County by his Sunday visit to a church in the county.
He has claimed that Raila has never stepped into a church and has been the one condemning leaders who go to church for doing so.
He has accused of Raila of going to church just because he is interested in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022 to become the next President.
"Kwanza tumefurahi kuona yeye kanisani. Huwezi piga kanisa miaka arubaini halafu ukuje siku moja sababu unataka kiti. Raila hajawahi kanyaga kanisa, sasa ameanza kujipendekeza huko Murang'a kwa sababu anataka kiti 2022," Rigathi Gachagua said.
The Former Prime Minister on Sunday 29th joined the congregation at Bible Fellowship Church in Kigumo Constituency, Murang’a County for Sunday service, presided by Bishop Peter Kamau.
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