In 2018, Azimio leader Raila Odinga allegedly incited a mob in Embu Town when he asserted that Raila Odinga was forcing President William Ruto to shake hands in a way similar to that of Raila and former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Gachagua made new accusations concerning the Kenya Kwanza wing's handling of Raila's demands while speaking today in Embu Town as part of President William Ruto's development tour to the region.
He mentioned Raila's recent efforts to convince the president to shake his hand.
Rais wetu ameanza yule jamaa wa Kitendawili. Handshake anasema ati anataka kuwe na. Kubali, Mwanaweza? "That Kitendawili man" (Raila) has begun bothering our president. He is expressing his desire for a handshake. Will you consent? Just a few hours ago, an Embu resident reacted immediately after DP Gachagua attacked Azimio party leader Raila Odinga.
Now Raila Amolo Odinga has been pushing Ruto's government to lower the price of commodities as compared to previous years.
Dp. Gachagua, please leave Raila Amolo Odinga alone and do the work that we gave you. You can apply your comments below.
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