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Rigathi reveals the one single deal-breaker that may cause a fallout of him and DP Ruto 

by Joshua Wanga
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Since the earth-shattering fallout between DP Ruto and his boss, president Uhuru Kenyatta, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has emerged as Ruto’s fiercest and most staunch defender. So much so that he’s assumed William Ruto’s running-mate apparent. However, the vocal legislator is now making it clear that his support for the DP isn’t cast in stone and can very well evaporate in case one specific scenario were to play out.

Rigathi was speaking while making an appearance on KTN’s political talk-show Siasa Fiesta which was hosted by the station’s presenter Debarl Ainea. Alongside Rigathi in the studio were Rarieda member of parliament and Senior Counsel Otiende Amollo, and former Mukurweini legislator Kabando wa Kabando. Makueni member of parliament and Wiper Democratic Movement party Deputy Secretary General Dan Maanzo was also in on the action.

Rigathi explained to his host that unlike Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance coalition which was cobbled together by greed for top positions, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance was based on an economic ideology for the country. To this end, he made it clear that regardless of who DP Ruto’s running-mate is, this wouldn’t end in a fallout. Nevertheless, he made it clear that were the DP to renege on his Bottom-up Model, then this would cause an instant fallout between him and his party leader.
Mid last month, the DP in an emotional acceptance speech during his party’s National Delegates Conference where he was nominated the presidential candidate, went on to narrate how his exclusion from the government in the last four years had changed his leadership perspective, opening his eyes to the sufferings of the weakest and vulnerable whose voices had been ignored.

“ From My eventual retreat to the margins of a government  I had the opportunity to participate in building, I have learned that the biggest mistake a political party can make is to fail the inclusion test. I have learned that leadership works when we listen more and speak less and this is what I have done over the four years engaging Kenyans in their farms, markets and workplaces, ” he said.
“I learned that our flashy comfortable secure offices are inaccessible to the majority of the people who need them the most, it cost us the opportunity to be useful and effective” he added as he condemned the contemptuous exclusion of majority Kenyans.
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