Earlier morning, Raila retaliated against the IEBC and President William Ruto, adamant that he had won the most recent election. He claimed that threats were made against the supreme court before they announced the decision.
In reaction to Raila, DP Gachagua claimed that Kenyans would have suffered if the Azimio camp had been successful in unseating President Ruto.
We would have suffered if Azimio had taken control of the government, Gachua said.
Additionally, he criticized Azimio politicians for encouraging Kenyans to take Hustler Loans without repaying them.
Gachagua pledged to unite the Mt. Kenya region when speaking at the Murang'a Technical Training Institute in the Maragua constituency, where he dedicated the facility.
His comments come just after Raila announced that he will proceed with his scheduled consultation with Kenyans.
Kenya Kwanza's side, meanwhile, was not pleased with Raila's meetings. Mike Sonko, a former governor of Nairobi, urged Raila to extend a break to Kenyans and reminded him that the President was unwilling to bring the administration and the opposition together.
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