Mathira Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua who is also the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential running mate, has once again made a controversial remark by hitting out at the Kalenjin community members. The Deputy President Dr William Ruto's presidential running mate has hit out at the Kalenjin community, by accusing the youths from that community as the cattle rustlers.
Speaking during his campaign meeting in West Pokot county today as reporterd by The Star Newspaper, Gachagua accused the Kalenjin community youths of stealing cows from their neighbors and asked them to stop that habit. He argued that the cattle rustling is an outdated tradition and the Kalenjin youths must stop it in Rift Valley by respecting their neighbors. This remarks have spiked reactions from Kenyans who have castigated Gachagua and condemned it.
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