Some few days ago, one of the Tangatanga allies from mount kenya region was arrested by the DCI officers for what is said to be corruption matters. This is none other than the member of parliament for Mathira constituency, hon Righati Gachagua who was arrested by police officers at his home in Mathira constituency.
Now, today, reports have emerged on the number of years that Gachagua is set to spend in prison should he be found guilty by the court. As reported by the Nation Africa, Gachagua might spent upto 72 years in prison incase the court approves the corruption allegations linked to him.
"Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, once a close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta, is staring at a jail term of up to 72 years should the State prove the six corruption charges leveled against him." Said the Nation. This will be a blow to DP Ruto as Righati Gachagua is known to be his key ally in mount kenya. Should he be jailed, then Ruto will suffer a huge blunder on his ambitions in Mount Kenya region.
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