Hello and welcome back to my channel. Today, Embakasi North member of parliament that is James Gakuya has revealed the reason behind misunderstanding between Governor Sakaja and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
Speaking during an interview with K24, James Gakuya claimed that the disconnection between the Nairobi governor and the Deputy President mainly resulted as lack of consultation between the two.
According to him, Sakaja had been consulting President William Ruto and not DP Rigathi Gachagua and thus resulted in misunderstanding between Gachagua and Sakaja.
"There has been a slight disconnection between the Nairobi governor and the Deputy President but the governor has always been in consultation with the head of the state." Hon. James Gakuya said during the interview.
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