Kenya Kwanza coalition running mate Rigathi Gachagua is under political assault from his rivals who have apparently tracked down a breathing space to control his comments to score political focuses. During an occasion as of late, Gachagua was caught attempting to propose that the Kalenjin youth were rehearsing dairy cattle stirring and that the way of life ought to be halted.
Furthermore, presently, Nakuru province lead representative Lee Kinyanjui has emerged to lead fights Rigathi Gachagua requesting that he apologize to the Kalenjin country for his comments which he likewise requested that they are removed.
In a long proclamation via virtual entertainment, Kinyanjui says that Gachagua has goofed by purportedly profiling the entire Kalenjin people group adversely and that an unrestricted conciliatory sentiment ought to be given. He says each local area has both negative and positive components and that Gachagua shouldn't have cover allegation against the whole local area.
"To the good natured young people of Mauche and different regions, an unrestricted withdrawal and statement of regret is the least we can expect," he said.
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