Honourable Rigathi Gachagua has rubished the Deep state for threatening him to leave Kiambaa during the by election for Kiambaa parliamentary seat.https://youtu.be/GLa0a6AWjjs
"Ps Kibicho alilipawatu pesa wapigie naibu was Rais Kelele," Says Rigathe
According to Rigathi Chagua, people were being given over one thousand in order for them to vote for the deep state government however the people the decided to vote for Ruto.
He further accused Kibicho of having bribed the people for the them to heckle William Ruto however the people did not do the way he wanted. He urged Kibicho to keep his money and use it for other purpose .
Rigathi also urged Kawanjiku to work for the people so that they can vote for him again since they will be campaigning for their seats in their local homes. He also condemned Mutahi Kagwe for clapping for Junet despite of the statement he made regarding to them being visitors to Raila's government. He thanked the people for having voted for Kawanjiku.
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