Mourners broke into cheers after the name of this powerful leader was mentioned during the burial of Jack Gachagua, the brother to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
The mourners broke into cheers in Presence of President after the name of Kiharu Member of parliament,Ndindi Nyoro was mentioned by Kikuyu Member of parliament Kimani Ichungwah who stood to introduce the names of leaders who were present at the burial of the late.
You can watch the video in the link below;https://twitter.com/i/status/1577241716582912000
The Kiharu Member of Parliament is seen as a close Confidant of President William Ruto and has been spotted with him in several occasions including his recent visit to Homabay County.
Other leaders who are present for the burial of Jack Gachagua includes, the first lady Rachael Ruto, Erick Wamumbi, MP for Mathira, Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, Dorcas Rigathi among other leaders. President William Ruto also attended the burial event.
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