Mathira MP, an all of DP William Ruto was on Friday arrested at his Nyeri home, accused of being a beneficiary of money laundering activities and was ferried all the way to Gigiri police station, Nairobi.
Manyora via his Youtube channel is appealing to the Government to let go the MP simply because the government is sending a very wrong signal to the people of Kenya.
"My appeal to the government, is to release Gachagua. Release Gachagua! I want the government to release him because they are sending a wrong signal."
Manyora said that Kenyans who are supporting Ruto are annoyed because the DP allies are being persecuted politically thereby most Kenyans are not going to put their trusts on government institutions.
Professor warned that the Government is doing wrong in that they are building Ruto profile and even adding him bonga points in the Central region and will get more sympathy votes just because of reckless arrests with no concrete evidence.
With such, Rigathi Gachagua has high chances of deputizing the DP in the 2022 general elections.
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