Mathira member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua took the podium to a standstill as he sent a stern warning to the deputy president William Ruto ahead of the 20th October Mashujaa celebrations. Speaking in Nakuru county in the residence of the Nakuru senator Susan kihika,the legislator took time to advise the deputy president as they meets face to face with Raila.
Gachagua warned the second in command not to greet the former prime minister saying that he will not be comfortable with that. He explained that every person that has greeted the ODM leader and agreed to work together has changed drastically to a bad person. The legislator gave example with the President Uhuru and the current Nakuru governor Lee kinyanjui.
He said that since the Nakuru governor Lee kinyanjui agreed to work with Raila,he started chasing hawkers and other ordinary Nakuru residents from their businesses in Nakuru town. He however warned the second in command of the same that he should avoid greeting Raila in the Mashujaa celebrations day fearing that he might change his behavior.
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