Kiambu county senator Hon Karungo Thangwa of the united democratic alliance (UDA) party has spoken on the ongoing debate on the suggested impeachment of deputy president Rigathi Gachagua.
In a statement, the youthful senator says that the motion to impeach the country's second in command is premature and uncalled for.
He also had a word of advice to political leaders in the country whom he asked to use their positions in a respectable manner for the benefit of the kenyan people and not for their own selfish personal interests.
He reminded the proponent of the motion, Bumula MP Jack Wamboka, that he is equally not immune to an impeachment proceeding.
He went on to point out that the William Ruto administration advocates for respect amongst leaders.
The Bumula constituency lawmaker had argued that Rigathi Gachagua was not behaving like a deputy president and that every time he opens his mouth, one would wonder if he's Kenya's deputy president or a deputy president for the Kikuyu republic.
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