The second in command DP Rigathi Gachagua has finally broken silence revealing why he decided to wash dirty linen in public during the Kasarani inauguration ceremony after taking oaths of office whereby he vehemently blamed president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration of failure.
Speaking during an exclusive interview at Citizen TV with Rashid Abdalla, Mr. Gachagua retaliated his statement of being an honest man and had an obligation to tell Kenyans the bitter and painful state of affairs. Gachagua further on expressed that the new Kenya Kwanza administration was surprised after finding a worse situation at the Treasury than they had anticipated.
"Nilipoongea pale Kasarani siku ya kuapishwa kwa Rais Ruto, wakenya wengine walinichukua kwamba labda nilikosa nidhamu kusoma maneno mengine mbele ya wageni. Lakini mimi nililelewa na wazazi wangu na walinifundisha tangu utotoni mambo ya ukweli ni mambo ya maana," he said.
Rigathi Gachagua's inauguration speech had sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans with many Azimio fans firing salvos at the deputy president for ridiculing Uhuru's regime.
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