Former Member of Parliament for Nandi Hills Constituency Alfred Keter has today penned down a powerful message for Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua over his latest move against administrators in Mathira Constituency.
Alfred Keter has reminded the second in command that revenge has never been a passion, but a disease that eats one's mind and poisons his or her soul
"It is said, “Revenge is not a passion, it is a disease that eats your mind and poisons your soul”[email protected]," Keter tweeted.
It was reported that Gachagua was calling chiefs to inform them that he was going to fire them. One chief who spoke to Nation said the second in command told him to look for another source of income as soon as possible.
"He informed me that in the meantime, I should be looking for something else to do because I will be going home. I could not start arguing with such a senior person. However, I tried to explain myself, but he could hear none of it" said the chief as reported by Nation.
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