While speaking through his social media account, Honourable Cherargei Arap Kiprotich has called upon the Western leaders criticizing the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and asked them to stop.
In his statement, he called for respect upon the K we Kenyan Deputy president stating that he should be respected. According to him this leaders should change their attention and unleash attack on the Azimio leader Martha Karua.
"Sad to note that some Luhya Azimio-OKA Mps have started attacking or reprimanding Dp H.E Rigathi Gachagua they should STOP ASAP instead they should focus on castigating their Azimio-OKA runningmate Hon. Karua. Rigathi Gachagua should be respected as a national leader."Said Arap Cherargei.
This comes as Rigathi Gachagua was accused of threatening the Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. The deputy president has however not responded to the Western leaders despite one of them threatening to table a motion seeking for his impeachment for allegedly failing to be a fair leader.
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