Mount Kenya animosity between vice president William Ruto and his boss Uhuru Kenyatta is now on display, with local politicians going for each other’s throat. Ngunjiri Wambugu, Uhuru Kenyatta’s policeman, now asserts that Rigathi Gachagua is lying to DP Ruto.
Through a Facebook post, the Nyeri town MP said Gachagua uses choir members to lie to DP Ruto that he commands a huge following. He dared him to hold a town rally to show might instead of a hall meeting.
” Lakini usilete choir kutoka Mathira ufungie kwa hall Nyeri Town utukanane ukishangiliwa alafu utumie Ruto picha kumdanganya ni watu wa Nyeri Town. Ingia Town katikati kishujaa, simama imara stage. Sema mambo. Utambulike, ” Wambugu posted.
Wambugu previously stated that Gachagua paid the ladies choir members who usually wore yellow and green headbands to give the impression that he has a large following.
“Rigathi takes Ruto’s 900-woman-for-hire ‘chorus’ from Mathira to wherever he goes. TangaTanga used it to gather support for Ruto. When they are removed from the equation, it is possible to determine how many individuals attend Ruto’s meetings these days “Wambugu asserted.
Elsewhere, All the parties across the country has the symbol as well as Slogans. The United Democratic Alliance party has there as hustler nation and Kazi ni Kazi, Amani National Congress party Pesa Mfukoni and Azimio La Umoja coalition Inawezekana. Amid this Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga close ally prof Makau Mutua speaking at interview at KTN News has emerged with powerful claims slamming deputy president William Ruto Kazi ni Kazi slogan and symbols.
He claims that the wheelbarrow is a prehistoric item that is similar to slavery and hence should not be used as a symbol since it does not stimulate fresh invention and innovation ideas. Prof Makua Mutua also asserts that Kazi Sio Kazi, as represented by the hustler camp, demonstrates that there must be dignity in labor. For example, if an employer overworks his or her staff, this is referred to as Kazi ni Kazi, or slavery.