Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is among the Kenyan politicians whose political journeys have surprised many. With little know background and political might, Gachagua defied all odds to eventually rise to be the second top most figure in the country.
With him now the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, Rigathi is now breathing a new political life and is expected to even advance further as far as his future political discourse is concerned.
The immediate forward Member of Parliament for Mathira Constituency in Nyeri County has not hidden his happiness after his backyard vehemently backed their bid to an extent of ascending to the top seat in the land.
Gachagua has now broken silence and very thanked his Mathira backyard for their election victory way back in August ninth general elections.
Mount Kenya is among the regions which vehemently voted for President William Samoei Ruto and his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua to the last man seeing them ascending to the throne.
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