Former Nyeri Town Member Of Parliament Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu has hinted through his official facebook page late last night alleging that the 2NK chairman who is Nyeri based sacco with 2k Vehicles had claimed that they are being harassed and that their cars being stopped from entering Nairobi CBD.
According to him the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua just wanted to remind Governor Sakaja Johnson who elected him during the August 9 general elections.
"Context; 2NK Chairman (Nyeri-based Sacco with ~2K vehicles) said they are being harassed & their cars stopped from entering Nairobi CBD. Rigathi - speaking like the truthful men himuselfu - said he’ll remind Sakaja who elected him". Said Hon. Ngunjiri Wambugu former Nyeri Town MP.
A section of Kenyans have criticised the second in command of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua for Attacking Governor Sakaja Johnson in public instead of having a secret discussion with him.
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