May 22, 2024

Gachagua insists on government shareholding

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Gachagua insists on government shareholding

DP Gachagua sustains government shareholding insisting Kenya Kwanza administration will prioritize Kenyans who voted for it

DP Gachagua sustains government shareholding insisting Kenya Kwanza administration will prioritize Kenyans who voted for it.

The political shareholding narrative has been brought up once more by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, who claims that the Kenya Kwanza administration will give preference to Kenyans who voted for it when allocating government jobs and development projects. 

Gachagua spoke in Mosop Constituency, Nandi County, where he led other government officials to a church service and thereafter a fundraiser at Kurgung Boys High School. 

He urged the people of Nandi County to exercise patience while the State works on jobs and development initiatives that will give Kenya Kwanza supporters priority.

“Rais yuko pale, mimi niko hapo, huyu Felix ako hapo, Rais mnamjua, mimi mnanijua msimamo wangu ya kwamba watoto wakiwa wengi, kuna wale wa kwanza wa kuangaliwa, si mnajua? Sasa huyu Felix ako hapo, na ndio mwenye kuunganisha wire, mambo yenu tumepanga,” he said.

His remarks were similar to the last time he sparked public debate by hinting at preferential treatment for Kenyans who voted for the government.

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He added: “Mambo iko sawa. Chakula iko jikoni, karibu kuiva. Watoto ni wengi, chakula ni kidogo. Iko watoto wa nyumbani, iko wa jirani, iko namna hii, namna hii, nyinyi mtulie. Chakula ikiiva, sisi ndio wenye kupakua, na watoto tunawajua kwa sura na kwa msimamo. Hatuwezi kuwa confused, kuna mtu hajui watoto wake?”

Gachagua remarks are contrast to President Ruto stand who in a trip to Nyanza last year said Kenya is not a limited shareholding entity and that all Kenyans are equal.

“It is primitive and backwards for anybody to imagine that any region of Kenya cannot get development on account of how they voted. I want to assure the people of Kenya that we will move together as one nation,” President Ruto said.

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