Speaking on citizen tv, a few hours ago, Rigathi Gachagua told Kenyans that he has been doing business since he was at the university and he can account for any shilling that he owns. He added that all along when he was supporting Uhuru, the EACC did not question his wealth, but since he shifted to Ruto's camp, the trouble began.
The Ndaragwa constituency member of Parliament on the other side supported the fact that Gachagua used to organize discos, during their years of study, at the University of Nairobi.
"By the way, you don't know that I knew Gachagua since my first year. He used to organize Discos at the University of Nairobi. Huyu is mtu mchache, anajua mengi," Kioni said.
Click here to watch the video; https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1417581279013376000?s=19
Hon. Jeremiah Kioni also admitted that things were not easy for the Jubilee party in Kiambaa. He alleged that the people had been brainwashed with Propagandas at the beginning of the campaign. However, Kioni said that it was not a good thing to lose the seat but the members of the party are glad that they achieved something.
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