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The deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua, has been one of the people in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance government that the Azimio group have been keeping on track. Gachagua has been one of the critique of the previous administration citing that they stole everything leaving the nation in a bad situation.
Pauline Njoroge, one of the Azimio bloggers and a supporter of Jubilee party, has reacted following some threats issued to her through the WhatsApp page.
Pauline Njoroge shared a WhatsApp conversation of a man who referred himself as Magufuli Benjamin. In his message (Benjamin Magufuli) he told Pauline Njoroge to leave the deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua alone. He even insisted that Pauline Njoroge should leave the deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua alone.
In her response, she posted that she didn't even notice that the guy had sent him a message a few hours ago. Pauline Njoroge asked whether that was supposed to be a threat. She asked that what will happen to her if she doesn't leave Gachagua alone.
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