Political Expert Professor Herman Manyora now says that he is among a good number of Kenyans who are having a soft spot for Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua owing to how he has been presenting himself as President William Ruto's assistant since they were sworn-in to office on 13th last month.
Through a video on his You Tube Channel on Wednesday, Manyora pours cold water to claims that the relationship between Ruto and Gachagua might turn upside down like Ruto and his former boss Uhuru Kenyatta, saying that the duo know what it takes, and they cannot go that route.
The University of Nairobi termed the Ruto-Gachagua relationship as authentic, noting that Ruto has emerged as a trustworthy leader to his allies, and a man who treasures communication, and that it seems it would be easy for them to solve any issues that might arise between them.
"I think that Ruto and Gachagua have learnt a lot of what happened in Jubilee, and can work together. The two have a great relationship. Gachagua is a very natural person, he is not pretending, jut being himself, I am even beginning to like him. That's being authentic," said Manyora.
Gachagua has become a sensation across social media pages, with his latest move being his bold decision to rock in a hoodie branded with his famous nickname, Riggy G.
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