Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua speaking on in a past political rally. (Photo courtesy).
Homabay Town Member of Parliament Hon Peter George Kaluma, has questioned why his counterpart from Mathira in Mt Kenya region thinks that he is keeping all Mt Kenya people in his pockets, following how he is always boasting that all Mt Kenya region votes belongs to Deputy President Dr William Ruto in upcoming 2022 general elections.
In her s latest message on Twitter, Kaluma questioned why the vocal Mt Kenya region legislator who is a staunch ally to the Deputy President Dr William Ruto, is always boasting that there's no other presidential candidate who will be able to get the votes of the region other than the second in command.
"Why does Hon Gachagua think he keeps the heads of Mt Kenya people in his pocket." He asked. Gachagua has been always heard boasting that Deputy President Dr William Ruto will sweep all votes of Mt Kenya region, because the people of the region have already made their decision.
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