Former Presidential Candidate Prof George Wajahckoya, has now issued a warning to Members of Parliament on what Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is doing that might bring down President William Ruto's government.
In a statement, Wajahckoya, who was among the four presidential candidates in the 2022 general elections, said that the second in command is making utterances that are disadvantageous to some sectors in the country.
While referring to the incident where DP Gachagua warned Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja against implementing plans to ban matatus from accessing CBD saying that it would destroy businesses for Mt Kenya people, Wajahckoya said that he is discriminating the country as he seems to only favour Mt Kenya region which is where he is drawn from.
"Leave Sakaja alone. I urge all members of Parliament to be aware of Gachagua. He is failing President William Ruto and the words of his mouth might bring this country down," opined Wajahckoya.
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