The unverified info which has since spread like wild fire has left many Kenyans tongue wagging with many asking why the sudden change of things after barely a week of bromance following this announcement.
As Kenyans continue to ponder into the authenticity of the information, several leaders such as ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna, Gabriel Oguda and former presidential aspirant Mwalimu Abduba Dida have also joined in the conversation to share their views regarding this news.
According to Abduba Dida, he said if there's anything like that in the making, then it should he rejected and Ruto should stick to his choice. He went ahead to say that if Ruto knew who Gachagua was and went ahead to nominate him as his running mate, then they should carry their own cross.
"The idea that UDA could use Court to remove Rigathi Gachagua as Ruto’s running mate must be rejected. If Ruto picked a rotten fish, let it ruin the whole basket of fish. In fact, if court forces IEBC to accept a different name, Azimio MUST abscond the elections all together!" Posted Mwalimu Abduba Dida.
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