Mathira Member of Parliament Honourable Rigathi Gachagua has confidently told Deputy President William Samoei Ruto to watch out his Political moves, because President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is bitter with him, and he is using a lot of Energy and force to push him out of the larger Mount Kenya Region and the Presidential list.
Speaking in Ngata, Nakuru County. Gachagua could not shy off by revealing , that President Kenyatta is a very silent but dangerous in actions. He urged Ruto to be wise and go slow on his Journey to Statehouse.
"As you always know your Excellency, that I am not a hypocrite but I speak the truth when necessary. We are in full support of your Presidential bid as Mount Kenya leaders. But you must watch your moves keenly."
"President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta might seem to be Okay with you. But the fact is that the President is bitter with you, so this is just a message and an advice to you and the Entire Tangatanga Brigade. Please let us be very careful. Those guys are Serious with the 2022 Business."(https://youtu.be/fVo9KUi2maA)
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