Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua, who was elected in the previous election alongside president William Samoei Ruto under the UDA party, is the second in charge. The DP is highly renowned for being an honest person who always tells the truth without worrying about the consequences.
He spoke about the Kenyan government's efforts to ensure that living expenses will decline by the end of April during a live interview a few hours ago. He claimed that because they discovered an empty government account and had to start from scratch, they were unable to alter as they had promised Kenyans throughout the campaign.
He continued by saying that he is a person who does his best to the point where he has evolved into a man of prayer in this government. He also expressed his dissatisfaction with Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja, adding that people should not be afraid of him and should instead focus on their jobs. In his words, Sakaja must always defend businesspeople because he is a governor and the vice president.
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