Kenya Kwanza designated Running mate Hon Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua landed in Nakuru County for a Political Rally. He was accompanied by Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika, Chama Cha Kazi Party leader Hon Moses Kuria and other UDA Aspirants in Nakuru.
While delivering his message before the Residents of Nakuru. Rigathi Gachagua fearlessly attacked Governor Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru County, as he reffered to him as a Cool Kid who cannot hit the Ground with Grand Political Campaigns and convince Kenyans for votes.
"Sasa kuna huyu Kijana anaitwa Lee Kinyanjui ambaye kazi yake kubwa ni kuwaambia wananchi wa Nakuru ya kwamba kutakuwa na Vita kali hapa Nakuru. Huyu jamaa ni mtoto mzuri, na haelewi hii mambo magumu ya Siasa." Which Barely translates to
"There is this young man by the name Lee Kinyanjui, who is busy inciting the Residents of Nakuru that war is going to erupt here. This guy is a Coool kid, and he doesn't understand how Political Cards are played."
Rigathi Gachagua called upon the Nakuru Residents to vote in Susan Kihika as the Governor and Kerocho Billionaire Tabitha Karanja as the next Nakuru Senator.
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