The Kenya Kwanza team led by the UDA Presidential candidate Dr. William Ruto and his running mate who doubles as the Mathira Mp Hon Rigathi Gachagua pitched tents in Nakuru County where the nascent coalition cajoled the area residents to support their bid to clinch power after the 9th August general elections.
Several online influencers have been keenly listening to Gachagua's sentiments during the Azimio rallies with an intention of finding a perfect utterance to critic the UDA designate Deputy President. For instance, his plea to William Ruto whereby he bargained that Mt. Kenya residents should be allowed to eat rice and beef at Sagana State Lounge once the Chief Hustler ascends to power earned him criticism from several Kenyans in the Azimio camp.
One of the top Azimio online influencers has decided to interpret what Gachagua told Kikuyu residents in Nakuru during a Kenya Kwanza rally eliciting mixed reactions. While taking to his Facebook page, here is the translation of Gachagua's words:
"My people do you know it's time to share this power ikiwa mbichi. Ruto akalie kitu chenye kilikuwa cha Uhuru na Rigathi akalie cha Ruto." However, Gachagua's alleged sentiments have elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans. Here are some comments below:
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