Kenyans have been left talking after political analyst took a sly dig on the Public Relation team for the deputy president Hon. Rigathi Gachagua. He claimed that it should re-evaluate itself because according to him they are destructing the deputy president more than building him.
Through his official Twitter account, Analyst Abuga Makori said that the team should advise the deputy president to slow down. He also added that they should tell DP Hon. Rigathi Gachagua to limit the pressure and allow the president of Republic of Kenya Hon. William Ruto to lead him.
Abuga Makori tweeted, “The PR team for Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua should re-evaluate itself. Whatever they are doing to Riggy G is more destructive than building him. Let him go slow. He should also limit the pressure and allow William Ruto to lead him.”
Abuga Makori’s tweet has sparked a lot of controversy among people as they aired out different responses. Some of them are demonstrated below.
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