Third-way Alliance party leader Dr. Ekuru Aukot has reacted to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's Saturday, 17th December 2022, visit to Nyandarua County.
In his remarks, Aukot has alleged how DP Rigathi is slimming President William Ruto's chances of a re-election in 2022.
He has alleged that DP Rigathi's continued public tribal utterances are slimming President Ruto's chances of a re-election.
The Former Presidential candidate has added that DP Rigathi's speech in Nyandarua on Saturday reeks of a tribal chief not deserving the title of Deputy President since the Former Mathira MP is demeaning to the office of the DP in which he occupies.
"The more I listen to Riggy G @rigathi's public tribal utterances, the more slimmer chances of @WilliamsRuto are for any attempt at re-election. His speech in Nyandarua reeks of a tribal chief not deserving the title of Deputy President. He is demeaning that office @SGEOdhiambo," Third-way Alliance party leader Dr. Ekuru Aukot said.
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