Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya and a native of the Mount Kenya region, said yesterday that he would prefer not to be the Mount Kenya kingpin if his position would require him to engage in what he called "begging" because he does not want to feel ashamed. Gachagua took over as Mount Kenya's lord and savior from Uhuru Kenyatta, a former president of the Republic of Kenya. The DP claimed that since beggars are not viewed favorably in the area, he has no reason to be the Mount Kenya kingpin and a beggar.
After political disagreements between the Western Region and the Mount Kenya Region, this has happened. Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua, the vice president, recently urged Nairobi's governor, Johnson Sakaja, to take his time ejecting CBD matatus. In order to become the governor, the deputy president Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua encouraged the Kikuyus to vote for him. After this statement, Geoffrey Rigathi Gachagua, the vice president, received criticism from many people across the nation. Deputy president Gachagua is not the ideal candidate to serve as Mount Kenya Kingpin, according to some leaders.
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