After Mt. Kenya forum met with Raila on Wednesday 29th September 2021 to endorse Raila for presidency coming 2022 general election. Ruto's camp has been conducting several meetings with hustlers from Mt. Kenya region.
Today, Ruto met over 300 UDA aspirants from Mt. Kenya region in his Karen home. Mp Rigathi Gachagua attended the meeting. When addressing the audience, Rigathi said that the tycoons should know they own banks, cars, wealth and lands in Kenya but not people of Mt. Kenya.
"You should know that, you own cars, land, banks and insurance companies but you don't own us. Stop imagining that you own us too." Rigathi Gachagua said.
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