The feud between the Nairobi Governor and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has now taken a new turn after the Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei warned MPs from the Western region against castigating DP Gachagua.
Gachagua had earlier been admonished by a section of MPs from the Luhyia Community for his condescending attitude towards the Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. They warned him to let Sakaja do his job without any threats.
Some of them even threatened to impeach Gachagua if he continued attacking Sakaja. It is in this regard that the Nandi Senator has now waded into the matter while telling off those MPs to leave Gachagua alone.
“It is sad to note that some Luhyia Azimio MPs have started attacking DP Rigathi Gachagua. They should stop ASAP instead they should focus on castigating their Azimio running mate Karua. Gachagua should be respected as a national leader,”
The tiff between Gachagua and Sakaja seems to have taken a very negative ethnic path as politicians from both sides of the divide even started playing a tribal card on that matter.
On one hand, DP Gachagua had backing from his Mount Kenya backyard while on the other hand, Sakaja was being backed by a section of Luhyia MPs.
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