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It's Over, Gachagua Centred With Collected Signatures As Impeachment Motion Dated On February 13

Lawmakers from the Western region criticized the deputy president's comments. They later advised him to stay out of county issues in Nairobi and let Nairobi County Governor Johnson Sakaja do his job as county leader.

The deputy president was on his way to protect the village, but his Mt. Kenya counterparts had set fires to defend him. As a result, the regional leaders began threatening to impeach the vice president, sparking a war of words.

On February 13, Bumula MP Jack Wamboka announced that he had gathered enough signatures to impeach the deputy president and that he would soon be issuing directions to do so.

President William Ruto attempted an explanation and defense of himself during an inaugural interview with the journalists last night. He was asked about the many things he has failed or succeeded to do, as well as his plans for the country. He put the blame on the handshake, as he always does. He claimed that the two leaders of Kenya who had shaken hands, Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, were telling the nation nothing but lies. The only people who benefited from BBI were the ones who sweetened it.

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