Just one day after transferring his responsibilities to Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua today skipped an important ceremony at the Kiganjo training facility in Nyeri that was attended by President Ruto and other officials.
According to the sources, Gachagua was busy talking to Ahmed Abdullahi, the governor of Wajir, about the drought situation and how the national government would work together to fight the ongoing drought.
President Ruto was present for the graduation of police personnel who had been training in the Kiganjo training facility, which is located in Nyeri Dp Gachagua's garden.
A day prior, President Ruto had given Dp. Gachagua the responsibility of leading the reforms to the coffee industry because the majority of coffee farming is done in the Mt. Kenya region.
Political analysts have argued that since the President was touring his home county, Dp. Gachagua should have attended the police officer pass-out parade and then rescheduled the meeting with the Wajir Governor.
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