Political supremacy between the Deputy President, Rigathi Gachagua and the Prime Cabinet Secretary, Musalia Mudavadi has taken a different turn ahead of 2027 general election.
In an article written by the Taifa Leo titled, Gachagua, Musalia Wapimans Nguvu, the article details in Kiswahili how the two powerful leaders in President William Samoei Arap Ruto's Administration are silently taking on each other to add more weight ahead of the 2027.
Just days after the former Amani National Congress, ANC party leader, Musalia Mudavadi indirectly called on Leaders in Government to stop blame games, a Statement that was seen as a direct Reference to Rigathi Gachagua's constant blames on Raila Amollo Odinga, the leaders have embarked on sharpening their support bases.
They according to Taifa Leo, have been meeting leaders from their turfs, holding unity talks with Musalia Mudavadi doing it in Western as Rigathi Gachagua calls for unity of Mount Kenya.
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