Rigathi Gachagua is one of the most known political leaders in the country. He is not only known because he is the Deputy President of the Nation but he is also known because he is always vocal and extremely controversial in most occasions in the country.
Time and again, DP Rigathi Gachagua has been leaving tongues wagging by his controversial remarks and today again, he was back on it as he dropped a controversial remark about the Hustler Fund.
According to reports, the reckless Deputy President now claims that 70% of the Hustler Fund should be given to women because it is women who can pay the money but men may end up defaulting.
That means that the Mama Mboga will be advantaged when the money comes but the Boda Boda may end up getting nothing or perhaps something small but definitely, that message may not go down well with them.
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