On the 9th August 2022 general elections, William Samoei Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua got elected as the president and deputy president respectively. The two have been in the country's steering wheel close to three months now.
Lawyer Danstan Omari is now opining that William Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua are currently kept together because of Raila Odinga's talk, he says thay should the former prime minister decides to keep quit for two months without talking, state house will be up in arms but now because Raila Odinga talks, Danstan says that the duo must be together to fight Raila.
The lawyer says that the fallout that happened during Uhuru and Ruto's time has started coming back because Gachagua is bringing together leaders of the larger Mount Kenya region to imply that the president has to maintain his support base and Gachagua maintain the Mount Kenya region so that whoever wants thw support of Mount Kenya should first pass through Rigathi Gachagua.
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