Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has told off Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua for undermining the ongoing bi-partisan talks between the Opposition and the government.
Sakaja told Rigathi Gachagua that he should respect President William Ruto’s decision to allow the talks between the two political camps.
“I want to ask our Deputy President and other leaders to please allow the talks to go on instead of appearing to condition on what to do or what to allow”, said Sakaja.
The Nairobi county boss was speaking in Eldoret at the celebrations to mark 120 years of the Reformed Church of East Africa
Sakaja further reminded Gachagua that the president was an intelligent person who knows what he was doing and it was not possible for him to mislead the country.
“President Ruto is an intelligent person and he knows what he’s doing. He is the only one in charge and knows what this country needs”, said Sakaja.
Sakaja further urged Gachagua with his team to support the dialogue because it was only through peace that the country would remain on the path to development.
Governor Sakaja’s warning to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua could again ignite Mixed reactions between the two leaders,as they have not been seeing eye to eye in the past few months.