Hon. Gabriel Oguda, a columnist for Nation Media, today forgave Kenyans for believing that the feud between Nairobi County Governor and Deputy President Hon. Rigathi was genuine while also asserting that William Ruto is being used as a punching bag for the general election of 2027.
Using his Twitter handle, Oguda made the claim that there is more going on than what is initially apparent. He asserted that the second in command has already mobilized campaign vehicles to attack Johnson Sakaja, a move that he (Gachagua) believes will force Ruto to wear a blindfold. He stated that Gachagua is ready to unseat Ruto from office in 2027 as he said this.
"It's déjà vu all over again as Riggy G already started deploying campaign trucks to secure the Mt. Kenya vote on the first day. You should have your head examined if you believe that he is aiming for Sakaja. He studied the best how to play this game. His teacher was Ruto "said Oguda.
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