Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has commented on the Azimio la umoja leader Raila Odinga for what he termed as accepting that he is in the opposition. Speaking at a thanksgiving ceremony in Murang’a Gachagua said that Raila has set the ball rolling by acknowledging his position and he now expects him to start executing the roles of opposition.
The event will take place at holy family minor basilica from 1pm..the annual event jointly organized by the uniformed and disciplined services chaplaincy comprises the Kenya police, Kenya Prison, administration police, Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Kenya wildlife service, Kenya Forest Service, and the national youth service.
Two days after Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga came to defense of former DCI boss Goerge Kinoti over what he termed as witch hunt from president William Ruto’s administration, deputy president Gachagua has denied the claims.
Deputy president who led the Kenya kwanza leader in attending a thanksgiving service in Murang’a county, he maintained that the ongoing crackdown on police linked extra judicial killings that is not political.
While dismissing the opposition leader Raila Odinga to involve foreign agencies in the investigations in to the judicial executions, the former Mathira member of parliament said the national police service is competent to stop the killings.
Deputy president commended the Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga for what he termed as he is accepting that accepting that he is in opposition and he now expects him to start executing the roles of opposition.
He further went on his slot against the former prime minister accusing him of distracting the government leading to the current throwbacks facing president Ruto’s government.
Gachagua praise an officer who refused to frame water cabinet secretary Alice Wahome and Kiharo member of parliament, Ndindi Nyoro.
He was accompanied by CS for water and sanitation Alice Wahome and Murang’a governor Irungu Kang’ata among other leaders.
In the afternoon, he presided over the national joint thanksgiving service for uniformed disciplined services in Nairobi.
By Marion Wafula