Nandi Senator Honourable Samson Cherargei, has now issued a stern warning to Azimio legislators drawn from the Western Region who've recently launched a scathing attack at Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua following his altercation with Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja late last year.
Taking to his official Twitter page on Friday evening, the firebrand UDA lawmaker said that the MPs should leave alone the second in command and allow him to deliver the Kenya Kwanza promises that they had made in the run up to the August polls.
He further stated that they should instead castigate the Coalition's Deputy Leader Martha Karua who made little impact in trying to make ODM Party leader Raila Odinga ascend to the top seat.
"Sad to note that some Luhya Azimio-OKA Mps have started attacking or reprimanding Dp H.E Rigathi Gachagua they should STOP ASAP instead they should focus on castigating their Azimio-OKA runningmate Hon. Karua. Riggy G should be respected as a national leader," posed Cherargei.
The second in command, was unimpressed with Sakaja's move to relocate matatus from CBD to Green Bus Park Terminus. Gachagua said that this move had affected businesses in the city particularly those drawn from the Mt Kenya region.
This didn't go well with a section of Azimio politicians in Western who accused the DP of only favouring the region (Mt Kenya) where he's drawn from.
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