Political Expert and Commentator Lee Makwiny has allegedly revealed why Deputy President Hon Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua is fighting hard to Impress his Boss His Excellency President William Samoei Arap Ruto.
Commenting on why Rigathi Gachagua was facing Mount Kenya while Praying. Makwiny stated that the son of Maumau, as he normally refers to himself. He is frustrated.
"It is very clear that Rigathi Gachagua is Politically frustrated. That is the reason why he trying to Impress President William Ruto ahead of 2032 General elections."
According to Lee Makwiny's sentiments, Rigathi Gachagua cannot clinch the larger Mount Kenya Region by himself.
"Rigathi Gachagua has NO Political Influence to even convince the Residents of his own Region for Votes. He cannot do without William Ruto."
Our sources are alleging to this Platform that President Ruto picked Rigathi Gachagua to get votes from the larger Mount Kenya. But he was not interested with him.
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