Certain chiefs from Mathira constituency, My. Kenya claim that they had received phone calls from the deputy President Rigathi Gachagua threatening to fire them for supporting Azimio la Umoja in the August 2022 general elections.
This has left administrators of the national government from Mathira constituency, Mt.Kenya in panic mode.
It has been reported that the chiefs received phone calls between 8:00 pm and 9:20 pm from Gachagua who threatened to fire them for being Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Coalition supporters.
Reports say that Gachagua called the chiefs to tell them to quit job from the national government.
This happens after the president reorganised the government and assigned his deputy new roles. His new roles include, chairing cabinet committees, deputize president in execution of functions, coordinate intergovernmental relations, oversee implementation of cabinet decisions, chairing intergovernmental budget and economic council, liason with commission and independent offices in matters that require government intervention and many more.
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