Deputy President William Ruto is one of the leaders going through a rough period of time in the country. He has been receiving plenty of attacks from some of the top government officials as well as his political rivals. The good thing is that Ruto has many strong allies who have been supporting him fully. One of those allies is Gathoni Wamuchomba.
Today, the Kiambu County women representative was scheduled for an interview in TV47 Kenya. She was to face off with CAS Zack Kinuthia but she left Kenyans talking after she went missing ahead of her TV interview.
Through her official twitter account, Gathoni Wamuchomba said that she won't attend the show because she can't engage in a political debate with an appointed CAS. She went on to say that Kinuthia must first resign from Public Service for her to engage him.
"Dear My fans, I will Not attend the TV 47 show tonight as planned. I will not engage in a political debate with an appointed CAS - Zack Kinuthia. He should first resign from Public service." Tweeted Gathoni Wamuchomba.
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