Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua changes tune on Waiguru's hint to join UDA party as he also asks Jeremiah Kioni and Kanini Kega not to betray the orange democratic movement party Raila Odinga ahead of 2022 polls as they have been meeting with him and promised to support him.
According to the reliable source, Gachagua has allegedly warned governor Waiguru for betraying Raila after the meeting they had been having in Murang'a County to endorse him for presidential seat in the oncoming general elections. This is after Governor Waiguru yesterday allegedly defected to UDA to maintain her gubernatorial seat next year.
Adding to that, Gachagua has also said that as for them in UDA Party they have promised to support the second in command till he wins elections next year and not planning on any betrayal as the others have allegedly been seen doing to Raila Odinga.
Meanwhile, Ngirici has told governor Waiguru that they meet at the party nominations and that if she wins she should slowly accept and resign from politics.
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