Rigathi Gachagwa with Lee Kinyanjui. Photo courtesy.
Nakuru county governor, Hounerable Lee Kinyanjui has finally taken to his social media account to react to the massive rally held by Rigathi Gachagwa today in Nakuru. According to Lee, Instead of United Democratic party running mate focusing on Campaigning for his aspirant in Nakuru. He focussed his energy on name calling and unnecessary Attacks against him that won't add Votes to Tangatanga group.
He continued by saying that kenyans are now awake and can't be enticed by some promises Which won't be fulfilled after takeover of government and that from the look of things. It's like Tangatanga group are sensing defeat hence targeting those who are giving them sleepless nights.
" It seems like the ground is changing. That yellow team people have been in Nakuru county today. Instead of focusing on marketing their candidates. They mentioned my name 28 times as compared to my competitor 22 times. I want to tell them that we're ready for them and it's when we've just started" said Lee Kinyanjui.
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