The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, Rigathi Gachagua, who also comes from the Mount Kenya region, stated yesterday that he would not like to be the Mount Kenya kingpin if his work will be doing something he described as "begging," claiming that he does not want to be ashamed. Gachagua succeeded the former President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, as Mount Kenya's kingpin. The DP said that he finds no meaning in being the Mount Kenya kingpin, who is a beggar, as the people in the region do not hold beggars in high esteem.
This comes after political differences arised between Western Region and Mount Kenya region. Deputy president Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua recently urged Governor of Nairobi Johnson Sakaja to slow down in ejecting CBD matatus. The deputy president Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua also urged the governor he mobilized Kikuyus to vote for him to became the Governor. Many across the country criticized Deputy president Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua after this statement. Some leaders have proposed that Deputy president Gachagua is not the right person to be Mount Kenya Kingpin.
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