For the past few weeks, deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has been touring different parts of the votes rich Mount kenya region.
During his speech, the famous politician has been trying to show his authority in move that many allege he is trying to unseat retired president Uhuru kenyatta as the Mount Kenya Kingpin.
Interestingly, Rigathi has worked out a plan where he has been wooing Close Uhuru Allies to his side.
This was witnessed after he showed his support to Kanini kega who was vying fo the EALA seat.
Rumors have it that Kanini kega and his team led by Jeremiah Kioni and Ngunjiri Wambugu might be shipping out of Azimio any time soon.
Previously, retired president Uhuru kenyatta showed his support for the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga, sadly the team lost during the just concluded general elections.
After the Humiliating loss, Rigathi seems to have taken advantage of the situation trying to completely throw the retired president under the bus.
More to follow soon...
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