Ruto's event yesterday at Kajiado turned out dramatic after his ally Rigathi Gachagua "Married Off" a husler to a rich lady. It was a meeting in Illpolosat farm Kaputie north the incident happened, the Mp funnily connected a single rich lady to a Kajiado husler.
Gachagua was addressing the crowd before he suddenly called on the lady identified as Jemetia from Dp's UDA team to step forward. He then told her she wasn't leaving the place without a husband given that he was still single. "This lady is unmarried, so don't let her her go without a husband", Gachagua stated as the crowd burst into a laughter.
Rigathi further added that the lady was staying in Arusha and was employed, however man that marries her will be treated well, however if you were willing to pay a bride price of 200 cows. To the surprise of many a man courageously stepped forward and the Mp didn't hesitate to offer the man a seat besides the lady. The two had a short conversation and a moment to exchange numbers.
The incident happened so quickly and after all of it the man tried to make his way back to the crowd but Gachagua told him he wasn't going nowhere and should sit with his newly found wife.
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