Mathira member of parliament Hon Girathi Gachagua has asked Dp William Ruto to consider freeing Him from the financial battles and cases in Court when He becomes the President, saying that the Jubilee government has made His life harder to extends of freezing His accounts with accusations of corruption.
Gachagua revealed that He has lived through a very hard time, and even at some point His projects including a House in Mathira got stalled due to lack of Finances because of the cases. He asked Ruto to put Him into consideration and come to His rescue once and for all when He finally becomes the Head of State Citing that He got His money in a more transparent way.
"I have been taken in circles by the Jubilee administration, and fake corruption cases mounted on me to a point that my money was blocked in my bank accounts. My developments got stuck and I even brought some building stones here but I don't have money to do construction. I urge our Deputy president to chip in and help me out of these cases so that I can get my money back. "The Mp said.
The Vocal Mp claimed that Ruto will get the Support of His people in 2022, because He is the first Dp to step foot in Mathira in History something that proves His love for the Kikuyu nation. He added that no threats from the political rivals will drag the back from supporting UDA, since they believe it's the Party that will help Kenyans from the Mystery they are facing.
"I have to confess that Ruto is the first Deputy president who has humbled Himself and come to Mathira to visit His electorate, despite His high profile status. This proves your love for our people and we will keep supporting you. We have had threats from some of our competitors against supporting you, but we will never be shaken. We know UDA is the right path to take. "He added.
Gachagua was speaking in a big event that was organized in His Constituency, that attracted many Mt Kenya politicians who were selling UDA Agenda to Kenyans.
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