Raila Odinga's plan to hold demonstrations against Kenya Kwanza government has sparked reaction amongst top politicians as well as common citizens. The deputy president, Rigathi Gachagua has claimed that Raila's move won't bear any fruits.
Speaking at the University of Embu during interdenominational church service, Rigathi alleged that Raila's move is just a strategy of him trying to get a share of the government.
Gachagua further claimed that Raila is seeking handshake with the government but assured him that he won't succeed.
"There will be no handshake," Rigathi said. He further stated that Ruto is only interested in handshake with hustlers so that he can give him funds to start businesses.
"...the only handshake William Ruto is interested in is the handshake with hustlers to give them the Hustler Funds," he added. You may share your views regarding the DP's remarks in the comment section below. You may watch the video via the link below.
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