Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has allegedly been a reckless man for a very long time, according to some.
One of those individuals is Wahome Thuku, who has been making the assertion that President William Ruto erred in choosing Gachagua as his running mate.
Wahome Thuku has been criticizing the DP hard time and recently, things have been worse as Thuku has been stating that Gachagua has been attacking his own Kikuyu people who supported Raila Odinga's Azimio, which is a very bad thing.
While that may be the case, Wahome Thuku's indirect remarks to DP Rigathi Gachagua today left Kenyans in a state of utter confusion.
He claimed that although many Kalenjins had backed Raila Odinga over their own son William Ruto, Ruto had never referred to them as charlatans before he was elected president.
"Kalenjins who supported Baba were in great numbers. also Gideon. Nobody in the UDA, not even Ruto, will ever refer to the Kalenjin leaders as swindlers." proclaimed Wahome Thuku.
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