As the political turbulence in the country continue to be witnessed, leaders are aligning themselves ahead of the August's general elections. Ruto's decision to choose Mathira member of parliament honorable Rigathi Gachagua as his running mate has elicited mixed reactions the country.
Some feel like the deputy president could have chosen Tharaka Nithi's senator honorable Kithure Kindiki instead. Others however have shown full support to Ruto's decision and believe Gachagua can help Kenya Kwanza secure the highly contested presidential race.
Top lawyer allied to Kenya Kwanza alliance, Ahmed Nasir has today revealed two things Kenyans should criticize about Gachagua. According to him, the legislator can only be criticized for his wardrobe and choice of tailors.
This he said can be be changed easily. It is remembered that in the past few days, Rigathi Gachagua has seen people making fun of his suit. This is common especially when two top political alliances are battling for the country's top seat.
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