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Gachagua's Fresh Demand Which has Left Kenyans Asking Endless Questions

Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua who was recently nominated as DP Ruto's running mate how now thrown in fresh demand on the power-sharing deal.

In his earlier statement in Embu County during the economic forum, Rigathi stated that Mount Kenya Region should be given 50 per cent share of Ruto government.

This new demand has however left Kenyans wondering on what is now likely to be left for other regions under Ruto government if Mount Kenya alone gets half of the government a being required by Gachagua.

When that power-sharing deal came out, it appeared that the ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya Moses Wetangula were promised 30 per cent which is already in the government.

That means that only 70 per cent is remaining and if Mount Kenya gets 50 per cent then the DP will be left with only 20 per cent.

And now the question is, if Western and Mount Kenya get that 80 percent, other regions like Nyanza, Rift Valley, Coast will be left with what percentage.

And since Ruto is more likely to get the huge percentage of his support from political turf which is Rift Valley, will he allow he give them that 20 per cent of the remaining share and leave other regions with nothing?

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