Prof. Mutahi Ngunyi has continued with his onslaught towards the Deputy President of Kenya, Rigathi Gachagua as he alleges what the Country's Second in Command would have done to Uhuru Kenyatta today. Mutahi Ngunyi was reacting to a viral photo of Pres. Ruto walking on the sideways as Uhuru walks in the middle next to visiting Burundi President.
Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has been moved by President Ruto's decision of allowing former President Uhuru Kenyatta to be seen as the boss in the photo that is going viral in social media platforms following today's peaceful talks in Safari Hotel. Ngunyi showered President Ruto with praises over his decision as he called him a man of grace who wanted his predecessor to shine, he however attacked Dp Gachagua by claiming that if it was him, he would have instead walked infront of Uhuru Kenyatta as a sign of disrespect.
Photo Courtesy; Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has now reacted to the 2 Photos of Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta and President William Ruto today as they walked for the Safari Park Hotel where there was the Third Congolese Talks in Nairobi aimed at finding a solution to the conflict of the eastern region of DRC.
"Statesmanship. Gachagua Would Have Walked Infront Of Uhuru" Ngunyi Mokes Dp, Praises Ruto Over This
In his latest attack on Kenya's Deputy President, Rigathi Gachagua, Prof. Mutahi Ngunyi claims that the Deputy President would have executed Uhuru Kenyatta today. Mutahi Ngunyi was responding to a viral image showing President Ruto walking sideways as Uhuru is strolling in the middle close to the President of Burundi who is visiting.
The seasoned political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi resurfaced online on Monday 28 November at evening with a reaction to President William Ruto's position with Former president Uhuru Kenyatta. However speaking via his official twitter, Ngunyi has lauded William Ruto alleging that he has grace after literally allowing his ex-boss to serve again despite their fallout in the previous government.
Rigathi Gachagua asked salaried Kenyans to contribute a small percentage of their salary to help the government in feeding citizens affected by drought. Gachagua said the money would go a long way in providing food and water to Kenyans in drought-stricken areas.The Kenya Kwanza government has rolled out a paybill and account number to be used by Kenyans of good will.
Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua could find himself in hot political soup after a kenyan lobby group dubbed operation linda gatuzi moved to have him, and other deputy presidents in future, from vying for the country's presidency in a presidential election. The lobby group wants the constitution amended on qualifications for vying for the country's presidency to provide that someone who has served as deputy president before is ineligible to contest.
Prof. Mutahi Ngunyi, a well-known political analyst, praised President William Ruto's actions today while he was with former President Uhuru Kenyatta. Mutahi Ngunyi is a close ally of Uhuru. During the last general election, he harshly criticized Ruto, but it looks like he has changed his mind in recent days.
Photo Courtesy of the Deputy President of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua who has today released a paybill number to cater for drought areas Today Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has released out a paybill number through which Kenyans may channel out their contributions to cater for the the drought areas. In a response to this, Former Politician And Presidential candidate Mohammed Abduba Dida has pointed out that the Paybill number that UDA government and that he will not give government a single coin.
Hon. Kanini Kega, an MP for the EALA, reported today that President William Ruto disrespected his Deputy President, Hon. Rigathi Gachagua, at a state house meeting to select the five finalists for the EALA job, sparking a revolt among the MPs from the Mt.
The senior political analyst has reacted to a photo of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto while in Burundi. While some look at the picture as a breach of protocol by the retired president sitting close t the president of Burundi. Mutahi Ngunyi took to his Twitter account where he posed "Who is the BIGGER man in these photos?
Controversial Political Expert Mutahi Ngunyi has joined Kenyans in sharing his view over President William Ruto and his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta's side by side walk earlier today. Ruto and Uhuru alongside Burundi President Evariste Ndayishimiye were captured on camera, with Uhuru at the centre of the two leading other leaders as they attended the third Inter-Congolese Consultations of the Nairobi Peace Process at Safari Park Hotel.
Former President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, earlier on today met with the Burundian President Evariste, the Democratic Republic of Congo Prime Minister and President William Ruto at Safari Park Hotel. In the pictures from the event that have circuilated on social media since the morning, President William Ruto was seen flanking Former President Uhuru Kenyatta at the event.
The government has released the paybill and account details for Kenyans to donate to drought mitigation fund.Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua said the number cuts across mobile service providers, including M-Pesa, Airtel Money and T-Kash.More than 5 million people in Kenya have been affected by the drought, especially those living in arid and semi-arid areas.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on Monday, November 28, 2022 issued a Paybill number for Kenyans to donate. Paybill was created by the Drought Relief Committee to empower every Kenyan to support the millions affected by drought across the country. "The National Drought Management Committee has released Paybills and bank account details that will enable Kenyans to donate money to help those affected by the ongoing drought," Gachagua said in a statement to Kenyans.
Following the most recent action taken by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Kenyans have responded in a variety of ways. This is after the former Mathira MP sent off a Safaricom paybill and account number as he begged Kenyans to give money to help Kenyans who are facing drought.
Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions following latest move by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. This is after the former Mathira MP launched a Safaricom paybill and account number as he pleaded with Kenyans to donate cash to help fellow countrymen who are facing drought Some Kenyans have invited this move terming it as an act of patriotism whereas other have faulted this move by Gachagua as they vowed not to contribute even a shilling.
An initiative to change Kenya's 2010 constitution to prevent deputy presidents from running for president right away has started with a drive for 1 million signatures. Deputy presidents must serve at least one electoral term outside of office in order to run for president, according to the lobbying group supporting the reform.
The second in command deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has today made a great announcement concerning the Pay Bill number The drought response committee has released payment details for Kenyans willing to donate cash to assist those affected by the ongoing drought. Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua shared the pay bill number on his social media pages.
The committee formed to respond to the current drought in Kenya has announced how citizens can send money to families in need. Rigathi Gachagua, the country's vice president, posted the payment number on Twitter. If you would like to donate to the appeal fund, you can do so by sending a payment to the following PayPal address: pay bill number 880990, account number [your name].