Information from the second in command DP Rigathi Gachagua's office has sparked mixed reactions after details of a bid to get him a new chopper were made public.
According to the report published by Kenyans.co.ke, DP Rigathi Gachagua's office is seeking helicopter and fixed airwing services in the latest tender notice. Interested bidders will have to part with Ksh200,000 for the tendering of helicopter and fixed airwing services.
This comes amid claims by several Kenya Kwanza politicians that the country is broke and the public coffers are empty. For instance, some claimed that Uhuru Kenyatta's regime emptied the Treasury leaving behind just 93M. The plan to procure a new chopper has since sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans bearing in mind a lot of taxpayers money will be spend.
Both of the Kenya Kwanza and Azimio supporters have criticised this new tender with some supporting the move citing that it will help the Deputy President move around the country easily and discharge his duties effectively.
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