City politician has applauded Mathira MP for his words during burial ceremony of Johnson Muthama's daughter. This was in Machakos whereby several politicians converged to pay their last respect to the daughter of the former Machakos Senator who died last week
Amongst the leaders present included Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua who at one point was handed the microphone to say one or two. Bearing in mind that this was in Ukambani, Gachagua was quick to discuss matters affecting Kalonzo Musyoka who has over the years been termed as Ukambani kingpin.
Gachagua alleged that Kalonzo has been passing through humiliation from Raila Odinga ahead of the 2022 general elections and this is not good at all. Gachagua has termed this as disrespect from Raila Odinga to the people of Ukambani region
While reacting to this, East African MP at EALA Simon Mbugua has applauded Rigathi Gachagua for his bold sentiments. The former Kamukunji MP and UDA flag bearer for Starehe Constituency has indicated that Gachagua has spoken like four wise men
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