The Mathira lawmaker Rigathi Gachagua while in a church service today where he had accompanied the second in command lashed out at the ODM leader Raila Odinga, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC leader Musalia for their frequent meetings with the head of state.
He proceeded to say that their conduct was making president Uhuru not to concentrate on delivering on his election campaign promises because they were pressurizing him on endorsing them. The vocal Mp told them to even form an alliance and front one of them to face off with the Dp.
He also said that Ruto needed no endorsement from his boss as he was very strong on his own. He said that instead of them spending their time in meeting people who had the power to make them succeed Uhuru, they were busy trying to use short cuts in ascending to the top office in the country.
He urged the residents to be very careful with such leaders as all that they wanted was power. He challenged Kenyans to do a background check on their development progress before supporting them. He however asked them to back up Rut for the presidential bid.
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