Vocal Tangatanga MP for Mathira Constituency Hon Rigathi Gachagua has finally ended Speculations that he might become the Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 running mate. In a post the Mathira legislator has shared on his Facebook page, he has announced that he will be defending his Mathira seat under UDA Party ticket. Rigathi Gachagua has been among leaders from Mt Kenya who have embraced William Ruto ambitions fir the top seat
The Legislator revealed to his constituents that his interest still lies St the Constituency level but not as people were alleging. There has been massive division within Mt Kenya and mostly from leaders from the region allied to the Deputy President William Ruto who are hoping against hope that they will be picking to be William Ruto's running mate. However, Rigathi Gachagua has more than once reiterated that what they are after is not positions but rather economic development of the region and the entire country.
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