Hon Rigathi Gachagua is the current deputy president of the republic of Kenya deputizing president William Ruto. The duo were elected on UDA party ticket in the recently concluded general elections.
It has been reported that the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi county governor Johnson Sakaja are said to be reading different scripts when it comes to the administration of business affairs in the county a move that has stirred mixed reactions.
Bumula member of parliament Hon Wanami Wamboka who was elected on Azimio One Kenya ticket had attacked Gachagua telling him to stop attacking Sakaja or else he will table an impeachment motion to remove the deputy president from office.
This afternoon, vocal UDA senator Hon Samson Cherargei has come out to warn the Luhya MPs who were elected on Azimio One Kenya ticket to stop attacking the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and instead castigate Martha Karua who is their runningmate.
The Nandi lawmaker has made the remarks through his official Twitter account page where he tweeted expressing himself.
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