The most well-known politician in the nation is Rigathi Gachagua. He is well-known not only for serving as the vice president and serving as a member of parliament representing Mathira, but also for being exceedingly controversial and speaking out constantly.
Rigathi Gachagua has consistently dominated national news with his careless comments, and today was no exception. The reason for this is because after making his most recent remarks, which were a jab at the administration of the late President Uhuru Kenyatta, he left Kenyans discussing.
Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, reportedly asserted that the vice chancellor and council of Kenyatta University were intimidated by the Uhuru government into approving the early this year's seizure of university property. Since Uhuru gave the WHO the KU land, the DP pledged that their Kenya Kwanza government would be reclaiming it.
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