Another stunning shocker as Rigathi Gachagua unknowingly leaks the direction the Supreme Court ruling will go
Former Mathira member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua who doubles up as the president elect has hinted that he knows how the Supreme court ruling will go.
Rigathi Gachagua while speaking at a function in Mt. Kenya on Thursday described the Supreme court petition by Raila Odinga as a very small thing which should not worry anyone.
According to the deputy president elect, the petition will come to an end and there is likelihood that it will go their way.
The former legislator also wondered who would rig Raila Odinga’s votes while he was fully inside the government. Consequently, he posed a challenge whether Raila’s votes were rigged by CS Matiangi, by president Uhuru Kenyatta or by PS Karanja Kibicho since these were the people at the heart of government.
“The case will come to an end. This is a small case. And I remember telling you president Uhuru Kenyatta that this man your forcing on us cannot change because we knew we would defeat him then he runs to the courts like now. Now he was saying let the server be opened, and the IEBC opened the portal to the public yet he is still complaining.
“He is saying that he was rigged out by the government and the deepstate. Now he is in government who has rigged from him? He had all the chiefs, the DCI, the EACC, Matiangi, Karanja Kibicho and president Uhuru Kenyatta. Who has rigged him out this time round?” Said the visibly angry Gachagua.
The deputy president elect’s sentiments were interpreted by most of his followers to mean that he already knew how the Supreme court would render its verdict and that it was just a matter of time before their victory is upheld by the highest court of the land.
“What does the good former Mathira MP knows that we dont? what does he mean that the Supreme court petition is a small case? Did he just leak the details of the ruling unknowingly?” Questioned one Kelvin Kinuthia.
“The kesi kidogo sentiments should worry everyone. Is he speaking from intelligence briefs?”