Kenyans are still chatting about Citizen TV on various social media sites. They did this after disclosing the names of the leaders who traveled with the acting vice president, Rigathi Gachagua, to Kisumu.
The report claims that Gachagua was joined by a number of people, including Cleophas Malala, John Kiarie, and Linet Toto. Leaders like Toto, remember, have never joined more seasoned figures like Gachagua to any occasion.
These leaders, who followed Gachagua to Kisumu today, have since gone viral on various social media sites and are currently evoking a range of opinions.
Gachagua was expected to select additional leaders to travel with him to Kisumu, according to several, while others are making amusing comments about these leaders at the same time.
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