Rigathi Gachagua has been traversing the country in search of support for his presidential contender, just days after Deputy President William Ruto nominated him as his running partner.
Rigathi, who is embroiled in a scandal, has been touring the Rift Valley recently, pushing all residents to vote for Deputy President William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza team.
His appointment is said to have sparked a split in central Kenya, with some apparently siding with Karua.
Despite this, Gachagua has turned a deaf ear to all of his opponents, including the well-known Mathira Mp, who has been imprisoned multiple times for corruption.
Gachagua is well-known for his outspoken political positions.
Gachagua was accompanied on his Rift Valley tour by local leaders, including Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi.
Gachagua has urged locals not vote for Independent candidates in the forthcoming August polls and rather vote for kenya kwanza ans UDA party leaders.
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