Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has continued to raise eyebrows in the country over his recent continued controversial statements.
Speaking during a church service at Winners Chapel in Roysambu, Gachagua said that through the help of pastors, they have managed to cleanse the state house out of 'demons' that were brought in by the previous regime led by former president Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to Gachagua, they found a big liquor store in the statehouse and they had no option but to get rid of it in order for them to have a country that is led by sober people and not those not in their right states.
To him, the pastors were invited to pray for the state house since it need some serious cleansing.
"Umewahi kusikia bar kwa state house, sasa ukiweka bar statehouse, kuna kazi itafanyika" Have you ever heard of a bar in a statehouse, if we have one here, is there work that will be done?" Gachagua posed.
Further Rigathi accused Uhuru and other leaders in his former regime of how they used to suppress those who were against them.
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