Naivasha Member of Parliament Jayne Kihara claims that The Former President Uhuru Kenyatta ought to give credit and pay gratitude to the sitting Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua owing to their past working relations.
Speaking in an Exclusive interview with the Nation on Saturday, October 29th, Kihara claimed that Uhuru managed to travel across the country in 2002 with the support of Gachagua who was his personal assistant, and who had traversed the country as an administrator.
"Gachagua traveled this country with the Former Presidnet Uhuru Kenyatta in 2002. Gachagua was with Uhuru even when most of us in Mount Kenya were supporting the late Mwai Kibaki."
"Gachagua is the one who has shown Uhuru this country, he has been an administrator and knows how a government is run. He deserves the credit. Gachagua is a performer and I am sure he is going to perform as the DP," said the United Democratic Alliance lawmaker.
Despite taking over the country alongside President William Ruto, Gachagua has been hitting out at Uhuru in a number of his public addresses, saying that he alongside the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are to blame for the high cost of living being witnessed in the country.
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