Speaking through his official Twitter account platform, the Senator said that the state agencies like the Central Bank Of Kenya (CBK) should stop responding to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on social media or pressers.
According to the UDA Senator, replies through such media are bad manners. He noted that there are better channels to communicate issues adding that the office of the Deputy President should be respected.
"To all state agencies/officers, I.e CBK STOP responding to our Dp Gachagua through social media/media/pressers it's bad manners/ethics. They are better channels to communicate on govt issues & it's about respect to the office," the Senator wrote.
This comes after CBK responded to Gachagua's remarks on claims that there was insufficient foreign currency in the bank to import fuel.
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