Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Wa Gachagua has on Sunday night revealed that Deputy President William Ruto has in the recent past held several meetings with Hon Kariri Njama, Jubilee's candidate for the Just concluded Kiambaa Mini-Poll.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with Inooro Tv on Sunday Night, Hon Gachagua disclosed that Kariri Njama was a close associate of Deputy President William Ruto's Tangatanga team before he was purchased by the Ruling Jubilee Party.But coming back to what makes our headline, Hon Gachagua has disclosed that When DP Ruto met Hon Kariri Njama and asked him whether he would love being fronted as the UDA Party candidate for Kiambaa, he turned down the offer, went back and accepted to be Jubilee's candidate.
"Actually, Hon Kariri Njama was our man and even up to now, I don't think that he is a Kieleweke Ally. When he met with the DP, the man told us to be given a chance to think about the decision," Gachagua said.
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