The second in command is a happy man after a case that has been in court over sometime now takes a U-turn. The case involved Gachagua's 200m assets that had been fortfeited to the government. Seven months ago the Deputy President was hit by a bombshell when his assets were taken away from him on basis that the properties were obtained fraudulently.
The Asset Recovery Agency has disowned the DCI's statement on the case citing that properties were legally acquired by Gachagua and hence it should be given back to him. The case is now awaiting its finally judgement and as per the look of things Gachagua will win.
This comes a few months after Rigathi together with the President William Ruto ascended to the top governmental positions in the country. The two won in August general elections making Gachagua the Deputy President. His properties were fortfeited at a time when he was busy campaigning to clinch the DP's position which he eventually acquired. It is a relief for him now that he manages to acquire the position and now he is staring at yet another big win.
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