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Responses to Gachagua Becoming Mount Kenya's New King from Lee Kinyanjui, Kang'ata and Amos Kimunya

When rumors that deputy president Rigathi Gachagua is the new political powerhouse in the Mt Kenya region began to circulate, a number of political leaders from the heavily Democratic Mt Kenya region—which overwhelmingly supported the Kenya Kwanza alliance—came forward to address the rumorsAdditionally, Kenya's attorney general Justin Muturi responded negatively to the discussion of the Gachagua kingpin, stating that he is now concentrating on his duties in that capacity. This response is clear evidence that he is not pleased with the topic of Gachagua.

Additionally, Kenya's attorney general Justin Muturi responded negatively to the discussion of the Gachagua kingpin, stating that he is now concentrating on his duties in that capacity. This response is clear evidence that he is not pleased with the topic of Gachagua.


Former Nakuru county governor Lee Kinyanjui responded that it is best to "wait and see" when asked if Gachagua is currently the region's lord. If the DP stands up for the region's interests, he or she will be given the mantle, he or she said. He asserted that he was not present at any meeting where it was decided that Gachagua would take over as the cartel's kingpin and that the position would be attained through trust.Additionally, Kenya's attorney general Justin Muturi responded negatively to the discussion of the Gachagua kingpin, stating that he is now concentrating on his duties in that capacity. This response is clear evidence that he is not pleased with the topic of Gachagua.Responses to Gachagua Becoming Mount Kenya's New King from Lee Kinyanjui, Kang'ata and Amos Kimunya

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