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Pauline Njoroge Reacts To Gachagua's Siaya Speech Attacking Kikuyu Leaders Who Supported Raila

Blogger Pauline Njoroge, has taken on deputy president Rigathi Gachagua for attacking a section of Mt. Kenya leaders who supported former prime minister Raila Odinga's presidential bid in 2022 August general elections.

Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua in Siaya. Photo/Courtesy.

Taking to her official social media pages, Njoroge noted thar the deputy president has continously antagonised his own people instead of bringing then together as leaders from other regions do.

Njoroge argued that The deputy president's fight against own people will one day come back to haunt him and he will be the main casualty.

"When given a chance to speak in Siaya yesterday, what did Rigathi Gachagua do? Flow with his antagonistic spirit as usual by demonizing a section of Kikuyus." Njoroge posted on his official social media pages.

"When every other community leader is uniting his people, our guy is so keen on doing the opposite. Vita kila siku. One day he will be the biggest causulty of his own doing." She added.


Gachagua during the homecoming of Information Communications and digital economy cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo took time to attack the leaders whom he accused of laying to the former prime minister Raila Odinga that he would get votes from the Mount Kenya region.

The deputy president noted that such individuals will never see peace in their lives considering that they lied to a person of Raila's age and ended up dissapointing him. Gachagua claimed that there were already signs that Ruto would get the highest number of votes from the region having been promised support over his support for former president Uhuru Kenyatta in two consecutive elections.

His attack was Targetting the Jubilee leaders who supported Raila and the Tycoons who bankrolled his campaigns.


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