Speculations high as alleged plans by the Directorate Criminal Investigations DCI reportedly set to arrest Deputy President warrior and the Mathira Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua over corruption allegations.
This news has been shared by DP Ruto's Close Allies led by one of his top bloggers G.K Malema who took to his Facebook page which enjoys a huge traffic of followers to enlighten Deputy President William Samoei Ruto's and his Hustler Nation supporters.
This comes as President Uhuru's Jubilee party and Raila's ODM party coalition talk reportedly planning to eject DP Ruto and his aides from the Jubilee party post.
This also comes just 12 months remaining until Kenya holds her much anticipated general election scheduled for August 2022 as referendum plans also underway if the Court of appeals will rule in favor of the BBI proponents.
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