The government of Kenya under the leadership of president Uhuru Kenyatta laid out a program to ensure that public coffers are well used. The EACC and DCI are cracking down the corrupt people in the country. Politicians are not exceptional as the Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua went through the same.
It emerged that part of his fortune stems from business dealings with Nyeri County during his brother Nderitu Gachagua's stint as the governor. While on Citizen TV news night he said he has never done any business with Nyeri County." We never did any business with Nyeri County,we were never going to do it,and I want people to stop pursing my brother when he is resting,let him rest in peace, anyone who has evidence that we did business with the county, bring it on," he said.
He explained his fortunes by saying he had dabbled in several business over the last 40 years , including organizing discos , doing business with national government and owning candy factory. He said that,"I'm a prudent businessmen,I started doing business 40 years ago,at the university we used to get 2600 shillings as boom, I would organize discos and pick half of the money from this guys , I had a car , I had a factory for sweet."
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