The war of words and the current ripple effect that has continued to play out ever since the withdrawal of GSU security officers from the Deputy President’s home now appears to be approaching disturbing levels, after a plea was made declaring that retaliatory action will be taken against those perceived to be behind the DP’s woes in the event that he captures power after next year’s elections.
This was declared during an event in Nakuru, Bahati constituency, and was attended by leading members of the Tanga Tanga wing of Jubilee including the deputy president himself.
While addressing the crowds yesterday, Nakuru Town East member of parliament David Gikaria called upon the deputy president to make him a minister and allocate him the Ministry of Interior docket when he takes power next year. Going further on, Gikaria declared that once in the position, he would mercilessly deal with the Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’I and his Principal Secretary, Engineer Karanja Kibicho.
The two, among others, have been widely blamed for the constant predicaments that the DP has been finding himself in for some time now.
Gikaria is known for making shocking statements. At one time, the self confessed polygamous leader who paraded his wives in front of a political rally, admitted to beating up his wife when she was pregnant.
“I beat her up seriously when she was nine months pregnant and we almost lost our only son. I caused my family so much pain and sorrow, they never understood why I used to beat my wife. I regret my actions,” the tearful MP confessed.
Gikaria urged men who beat their wives to change, claiming it was a barbaric act and wrong.
“I vowed never to beat my wife again. You see, during my youth, I had no one to advise me about life matters, so I engaged in several social vices,” he said.
Apart from Gikaria’s comments, there has been worry and clear hostility leveled against the deputy president from the government may lead to unrest in the Rift Valley, which makes the bastion of the DP’s support.
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