High Court Advocate Ndegwa Njiru has slammed Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua over claims that he contacted Mathira Chiefs and urged them to start parking their luggage because they were supporting Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance.
Gachagua's purported call to the chiefs seemed to have enraged Ndegwa, who responded to him on Twitter by telling him he couldn't be the leader of Mount Kenya given his actions.
"Since I informed @SpiceFMKE that @rigathi is a GMO and a GRAFTED politician, he is unable to serve as the MT. Kenya KINGPIN, and you guys almost lynched me, Tobia zake sasa angalia. Huyu ni mwana DEMOKRATSIA kweli Every AZIMIO supporter from Kenya basi, kama ilikuuma sana bwana DO,si uwafukuze." stated Ndegwa.
On the other hand, Gachagua called all Azimio supporters peacefully on the 13th Friday of 2023 in Homabay County during President William Ruto's two-day visit to the Nyanza area.
"Your claim of being Baba's people is true. You are also our people since Baba is also ours. Baba has the respect of our government. Because he is a Kenyan leader, President Ruto has made sure he is cared after as necessary." Gachagua stated.
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