Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has blamed the media for having to give their opinion on everything that is going on in the country. Gachagua says the media is not doing a great job by misleading Kenyans on many matters. He says several issues have been misreported about the Kenya Kwanza government and that is not the way to go.
According to Gachagua, there is no disquiet in Kenya Kwanza and there is no bad blood between him and Musalia Mudavadi. He says no one is having a problem with the way the government is being run. He says the media needs to verify facts before reporting to Kenyans.
He has told Kenyans that what Ruto did for their roles is normal and happens in many governments. He has noted that governments need a clear structure on what is expected of everyone and that is what Ruto was doing so that there are no conflicts.
“I have a problem with the media people. Who are you to advise Kenya Kwanza government? Stop bothering us with petty issues and you supported Azimio Coalition. Kindly stop lecturing us and misleading Kenyans,” Gachagua has said.
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