Today, the Kenya Kwanza brigade lead by the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto picked Rigathi Gachagua's replacement in Mathira constituency. This came in after hon Gachagua was named as the Kenya Kwanza's presidential running mate.
As seen from the reports, this camp have settled on hon Eric Mwangi Karagu, the MCA of Konyu ward as Gachagua's replacement. Hon Karagu will now be flying the Kenya Kwanza's flag in Mathira constituency. He will now be facing the Jubilee candidate, hon Wambura Wamarangi come August general elections. Hon Karagu who was elected through Jubilee party in 2017 was picked by Kenya Kwanza during their rally in Nyeri town.
"Wamumbi was unveiled in the party's first visit to the constituency for a political rally since Gachagua was picked to deputise Ruto.He will now face off with Jubilee's 76-year old billionaire, Wambura Wamaranga. This will be Wambura's second shot at the parliamentary seat, having lost in the 2017 polls to Gachagua." Said the reports.
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