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Pauline Njoroge Reacts To Gachagua's Alleged Calls On Some Chiefs To Quit Over Supporting Raila

Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua in a past function. Photo/Courtesy.

Former president Uhuru Kenyatta's ally Pauline Njoroge, has hit out at the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua after reports energed that he allegedly called some three chiefs asking them to resign following their political stand in the 2022 general elections.

According to a leading media outlet, the deputy president allegedly made some phone calls to the chiefs who are from his Mathira constituency and asked then to quit their offices arguing that it was Payback Time.

According to the source the chiefs and other government administrators from the region are now living in fear since they could also face the wrath of the second on command.

Reacting to this, Njoroge who has been critisizing the government noted that the deputy president has completely refused to learn the basics of the Statesmanship.

She wondered whether the deputy president will be making phone calls to all the chiefs across the country who supported Raila and the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party in the last general elections.

She argued that the deputy president is now becoming too much considering that he has been fighting various leaders since he assumed the office

"A whole Deputy President calling a chief to tell him to quit? Will he call chiefs across the country who he has issue with to give them the same instructions, or he is only doing this in Central Kenya?" The communication expert cum blogger posted on her official social media pages.

"Rigathi has completely refused to learn the basics of Statesmanship, even from his boss. Such a petty fellow with a very dark heart. If he is not picking a fight with a governor he is picking one with a chief, and other people in between." She added.


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