Fresh details have emerged of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's plans to send President William Rutonhome in the year 2027 as it emerges what the President is currently doing in Coast, Western, and North Eastern regions.
In a report via the Star, Lawyer Danstan Omari has alleged that Gachagua plans to vie for the Presidency in the year 2027 and not in 2032 and that is why he is warming up by bringing together leaders from the vote-rich bloc to speak in one voice of unity.
According to the Lawyer, he has said that Gachagua is aware that the Kikuyus did not vote for William Rito because they loved him but because they wanted to punish Uhuru for supporting Raila and that he has a high chance of beating Ruto in the 2027 polls.
Mr. Omari has said that "So, he[Gachagua] feels he has enough people and resources to take on Ruto. And that is why Ruto has started campaigning outside Mt Kenya. He is focusing on Western, Coast, and North Eastern."
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