Immediately after his swearing-in as Deputy President (DP) on September 13, Rigathi Gachagua did not only get a new job but also a nickname.
A social media user nicknamed him 'Riggy G' which has become popular among the youth in the Country. The name is derived from a short form of Gachagua's two names.
Well, this attracted the attention of Kenya's second in command and he is ready to meet the young lady.
Speaking to Citizen TV on Sunday, October 2, Gachagua said that he instructed his sons to look for the lady so that they can have a dinner, and support her financially.
"To encourage our young people, I look up the name. I have told my sons to look for that girl to come we have dinner. From my salary, I can boost her to do something," Rigathi Gachagua told Citizen TV.
The girl in question is Ivy Chelimo and goes by the name 'Shawty for nicknames' on twitter. She is law graduate from the Catholic University of East African (CUEA), and lifestyle content creator.
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