Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has send another bold shocker to Governor Johnson Sakaja concerning the interest of Kikuyu in Nairobi.
Just recently war escalated between the two enigma after Nairobi county governor banned Matatus from operating in CBD to create some orders in town. However Deputy Rigathi termed Sajaka's decision as one that is aimed at killing the the business of Kikuyus who elected him in the just concluded august 2022 general elections there by being termed as being tribal
However former Mathira Constituency Member of Parliament while speaking in one Kikuyu TV stations dismissed the allegations that he is tribalistic but made it clearly that Kikuyus businesses must be protected
Shared by former Azimio la Umoja One Kenya youths coordinator Solomon Kuria, Gachagua spilled out the beans saying that he is the only reason why Bishop Margaret Wanjiru stepped down for Sakaja as well as telling Kikuyus to reject their own son and hand over power to governor. He said that without the support Kikuyus Governor Sakaja would have found it very difficult to clinch the seat, so when it comes to dealing with them there interested and business must be protected
"I told Bishop Margaret Wanjiru to step down for Sakaja. I also told Kikuyus not to elected Polycarp Igathe (another kikuyu) but elect Sakaja. When i say that business owned by Kikuyu must be protected, it is wrong for anyone to interpret that as being tribal." DP Rigathi Gachagua. Source link: https://mobile.twitter.com/kuriasolomonK/status/1612161476336275458/mediaviewer
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