Deputy President William and his allies today revisited Ukambani only a few days after touring Machakos county. The deputy president had a public rally in Makueni County where he managed to draw a very large crowd who came to witness the public rally and to listen to the deputy president and his allies campaign.
Member of parliament for Mathira constituency, Rigathi Gachagua while speaking during an event claimed that the president who was elected to help people abandoned his government and moved to the opposition.
"We had a very good elections where we elected president Uhuru. Midway he abandoned government and went to opposition. That is disappointing to many young people, because you elect a president and he goes and brings the person he defeated to the government," He said.
This comes as president Uhuru is set to carry out a series of tours in the Mt Kenya region where many is expecting him to campaign against his deputy. For more like share and follow.
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