Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua, Kenya Kwanza 2022 Presidential Running Mate candidate is now on the spot again after saying that the Ukambani votes won't add any value to Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 Presidential Bid following the confirmation of reports that Wiper Leader Boss Hon Kalonzo Musyoka had Ruled out working with Kenya Kwanza ahead of the Big Day.
According to the Taifa Leo on Sunday, the vocal Mt Kenya MP who doesn't take any prisoner to his past told Nandi residents that DP William Ruto will defeat Raila with over 70% margin in the upcoming 2022 Presidential election as wrong as the Rift Valley and Mt Kenya regions which as 5.3 and 8 Million votes respectively vote as a bloc (s).But his careless words have already raised an eyebrow in the Kenya Kwanza Team where some big boys have warned that Gachagua's tongue will greatly affect Ruto's chances of winning the upcoming 2022 general election if not tamed.
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