Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has finally responded to allegations made by former CS Ukur Yatani that he made a request for 1.5 Billion shortly after they were elected into government.
In a detailed explanation, the DP distanced himself from the claims and stated that he had never made such a request to Yatani’s office.
According to Rigathi, Yatani through the help of an undisclosed media house kept Kenyans away from the real issues and believes that the transaction of the billions was meant to help fix the damage they had caused during Uhuru’s regime.
The second in command also revealed that the current head of state William Ruto who was then the DP was for four years forced to use his personal money to fund the operations at the DP’s office after he was cut off financially by Uhuru.
In other news, the opposition party leader is facing harsh criticism from UDA and its allies who have called him out over his mass action plan and further maintained that there will be no room for negotiation. The UDA leaders who have been lamenting about Raila’s actions want him to call off his plans since it is likely to derail the economy.
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