Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua speaking during his past political meeting. Photo courtesy.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, has today finally spilled beans why the government of President William Ruto is not sharing government jobs equally across the country. Speaking during a mass service meeting in Samburu county today as quoted by Channel 7 TV News, Gachagua used Samburu as an example to tell Kenyans that everyone is expected to harvest from where he sow.
Therefore, regions that voted for President William Ruto overwhelmingly are the ones which should benefit more than the ones which gave Azimio leader Raila Odinga more votes. For example in Samburu county they voted for Azimio leader Raila Odinga more that President William Ruto, that's why the county has been snubbed by the UDA government during the appointment of cabinet secretaries and principal secretaries.
"To be honest with you my people of Samburu I want to ask you, it is normally known that one harvests where he sow. You gave us the governor's seat, Senator, woman representative and an MP and we are grateful for that. But when it came to the presidential votes you gave that Mzee (Raila) more votes that us. While Narok and Kajiado gave us more votes than that Mzee (Raila) if you are the one who could you have given preference?" He argued.
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