Mukurweini member of parliament Hon John Kaguchia has said that the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua has made efforts to unify leaders from Mt Kenya region.
According to him Rigathi Gachagua deserves the Mt Kenya kingpin crown. Besides being the senior most political leader from the region, his resilience in successfully rallying the region's vote for Kenya Kwanza raises his bar as the regions de facto kingpin. He is the second in command in the country's pecking order and presents the region's interests directly to the president.
he further claimed that Rigathi Gachagua's recent move to reach out to Mt Kenya leaders in Azimio La Umoja one Kenya coalition party is a demonstration of true leadership.
In my opinion I do believe that Rigathi Gachagua deserves to be the kingpin of Mt Kenya region Despite his shortcomings. Do you think that the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua deserves to take the crown as Mt Kenya kingpin?
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