Deputy President elect Rigathi Gachagua has made a step towards unifying Mount Kenya region and its leaders after the end of hotly contested race to state house, send a massage to rebels.
Through Nation, speaking during Interdenominational Church Service at Maua incoming second in command lauded the region for voting President elect William Ruto massively, claiming it was a test for the region after President Uhuru Kenyatta failed to honour his promise to support Ruto and instead backed Raila Odinga.
Adding to his sentiment, Rigathi Gachagua said those who did not join them in fight can now join and help the government perform the roles.
"For those who did not join us during the struggles, they can join us because our interest is unity." Rigathi Gachagua stated.
This comes barely days after Azimio luminary Sabina Chege asked Rigathi Gachagua to spearhead push for a United in mount Kenya region. "Rigathi Gachagua, think of how you will unite Mt. Kenya people." She said.
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