While speaking at a thanksgiving ceremony on Sunday in Murang’a, DP Gachagua fired back at Raila who had earlier claimed that he will not be intimidated into joining the government as some of Azimio politicians did following Ruto’s win.
In a direct response to the ODM party leader, Gachagua maintained that the government is not looking forward to having him on board and also alleged that he would cause damage as he did during President Uhuru’s leadership following their handshake.
His response comes a day after Raila during a burial in Kisumu affirmed his commitment to fighting for the country’s liberation.
Provoked by Gachagua’s remarks concerning Raila, Azimio allies like Makau Mutua slammed the DP while saying that he had no right to answer the former prime minister.
In other news, youth who were beneficiaries of the Kazi Mtaani initiative received good news after Ruto revealed the government’s plan to assign them a new role day after he abolished the initiative terming it as outdated.
According to Ruto, the youth will now be involved in tree planting in a move to curb the adverse effects of climate change.
Meanwhile, here are the stories trending on the Opera News App today;
“If Kinoti Broke The Law Let Him Face It” DPP Haji Says, Talks About SSU Officers Getting Orders
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji has said anyone who breaks the law must prepare to face that law.
Haji has revealed this after being asked whether he supports the prosecution and the charging of the former Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti, who has been mentioned in the ongoing investigation against the officers who worked under the recently disbanded SSU.
“Kinoti Pushed Us To Prosecute DP Gachagua” Brave DPP Haji Undresses Former DCI Boss Kinoti
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji has revealed to Kenyans how his office was forced to charge former Mathira Constituency Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua, now the Deputy President of Kenya, based on forged documents.
Bad News to Mshwari Defaulters as Safaricom And NCBA Make The Following Announcement
Mshwari is a mobile loan facility offered jointly by Safaricom and NCBA bank. Kenyans who may need money for emergency purposes as well as investment needs, since there are those who get over Ksh 50,000. The money hits the Mpesa account of the borrower within less than two minutes.