Abuga Makori tweeted, “Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has informed a number of Chiefs from Mathira, Nyeri that they will be sacked for supporting Azimio leader Raila Odinga. The chiefs say DP Gachagua has asked them to start looking for new jobs, noting that it is time for ‘payback’.”
“When I picked the call, it was a familiar voice of H.E Gachagua. He started by informing me that he had information that I was among those who supported Azimio during the elections. The call was short, and he ended by asking me how many years are left before I retire” Makori reported chief’s words.
“He informed me that in the meantime, I should be looking for something else to do because I will be going home. I could not start arguing with such a senior person. However, I tried to explain myself, but he could hear none of it” he said.
In the run up to last year’s General Election, Mr Gachagua was constantly engaged in public spats with the then CS for interior Dr. Matiang’i and his PS Karanja Kibicho, accusing them of attempting to lure the chiefs and their administrators to rally behind Azimio la Umoja.
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