During his tour, Rigathi and Ruto have both urged locals to vote to the kenya Kwanza team to form the next government.
This interesting visit came barely hours after Martha Karua as his Azimio team toured Nyeri county.
Present during the said rallies were Nyeri Mps who have been supporting the former prime Minister Raila Odinga as their preferred presidential candidate.
However, after witnessing a Humongous Crowd Today, Nyeri town parliamentarian Ngunjiri Wambugu has blasted the kenya kwanza team.
Earlier on deputy president William Ruto and His team urged locals to make sure that they send "Kameko" home.
This remarks irated Ngunjiri who as been poking holes into the mega rally in his constituency.
Ngunjiri has dared deputy president William Ruto's ally Rigathi Gachagua to go back to Nyeri alone if he thinks he can command such a crowd.
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