The body language of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has elicited mixed reactions after the two leaders met today after war of words emerged between them.
According to the photo going viral in the social media platform Dp Gachagua and Sakaja could not maintain eye contact despite being pictured together and having a light moment by walking together. It was however noted that the two did not use the red carpet as they walked together to witness the AP pass out parade in Embakasi.
The two had being having a political row between them after Gachagua accused Sakaja of mistreating the matatus sector of Kikuyu community to relocate from the Nairobi CBD something that disgusted the second in command.
The two had joined other leaders including President Ruto, CS Kithure Kindiki, IG Japheth Koome among other leaders in the AP pass out parade that has been conducted in Embakasi today.
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