Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has dropped an evening shocker on Kenyans after he revealed plans of holding a high-level meeting with some leaders and top security chiefs drawn from Rift valley a move that has raised heated debate among netizens.
According to details that have been shared by NTV, Rigathi has admitted that the insecurity witnessed in Kerio Valley for decades will soon come to an end as he will listen to leaders from the region and come up with a lasting solution.
"I will host a meeting of all leaders in Kerio Valley, and all security officials and I will be the chair...we will seek lasting solutions on causes of insecurity in Kerio Valley," DP Gachagua said.
The above move has made netizens remind Deputy president Gachagua of how the UhuRuto relationship came to an end as they alleged that Ruto tried to outshine his former boss.
They went ahead and alleged that soon Rigathi might face the same music as he is trying to outshine his boss William Ruto while is he not in the country.
Below is how Kenyans reacted to the above remarks by Gachagua.
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