Barely days after Gatundu south parliamentarian Gabriel Kagombe made it known that the mount Kenya region is done with Uhuru Kenyatta being their kingpin, claiming that they are now focusing on deputy president rigathi Gachagua as their flag bearer, renowned senior counsel and KKA's allegiance Ahmednassir Abdullahi has come up to confirm this as he takes to his tweeter handle alleging that Gachagua has already taken oath of office as the Kikuyu Kingpin.
In a statement that elicited angry debate online, Ahmednassir has claimed that Gachagua's oath will end Uhuru's 10-year tenure as the region's kingpin
"Official: DP @rigathi takes oath of office as the official KIKUYU KINGPIN ending the 10-year tenure of Uhuru Kenyatta," said Ahmednasir.
Even though this could be the turnout of things on Uhuru's side, the former head of state wouldn't have lost that much as he still has another job awarded by president William.
Uhuru Kenyatta landed an ambassadorial role after his retirement aimed at negotiating peace in the ongoing DRC war between M23 rebels and the government.
Meanwhile, Kenyans who came across Ahmednassir sentiments spilling doom on Uhuru Kenyatta have perceived the matter on a controversial perspective as they ganged up against him.
A segment of Kenyans have questioned him where he got the proof of oath but he has not responded yet. See some of the reactions below;
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