Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua has directly and openly told former Kiambu County to stop engaging in political sideshows and focus on telling the People of Kiambu What he intends to do after winning during the upcoming 2022 general election, adding that the leadership of the UDA Party won't allow being intimidated by some people pretending to be close to DP William Ruto.
Speaking during his visit to Thika Town on Friday where he sought to dismiss reports and claims that he has caused a rift in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Movement, Rigathi Gachagua has openly said that it's indeed sad for some well-known individuals to send goons to disrupt a political Rally meant to Campaign for his Boss."Naona Mnabeba Vitu Za Kabogo Lakiki Hayuko Hapa. Mnaona hii Mkutano Kama Ni Ya Kabogo Kweli. Endeni Huko Hapa hatutaki Kelele... Kama Mtu Ako Na Mambo Yake Tafadhali, hayapeleke Mbali Kwa Sababu Hapa UDA hatujui Vunjo Ni Nini," Gachagua Said minutes before youths could be seen beating each other based on the Political party's side (UDA and Tujibebe).
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