In his official tweeter account, political analyst Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani has reacted bitterly to what he termed as mare rumours that DP William Ruto is considering replacing Mathira member of parliament honourable Rigathi Gachagua as his deputy with someone else. According to Kisiang'ani, there is a plan by DP William Ruto's critics to hurt hon Rigathi Gachagua by sending rumours that has no ground.According to Kisiang'ani, these nonsense should stop with immediate effect and has clarified that Hon Rigathi Gachagua is DP William Ruto's running mate. Kisiang'ani strongly believes that the rumours are coming from Azimio la Umoja team that is scared of the two with the few days remaining to the general election. Gachagua's appointments as Ruto's favourite has sparked a mixed reactions online with a faction of kenyans claiming that it's DP William Ruto downfall while other believing that he is the best person to mobilise people to back DP William Ruto hence winning the top seat in the land with ease.
Kisiang'ani has been a serious ally of DP William Ruto and has been very tough on those criticizing his bottom up economic development model that he intends to use in his be administration.
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