Chebor, who had served as Solai Ward Member of County Assembly (MCA) for a period of 10 years was battling it up with the then incumbent Raymond Moi, the son of late president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.
During the campaigns, Gachagua reportedly inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with locals to vote for a UDA candidate.
He said he would provide 50 cows for slaughter if the people of Rongai would elect UDA candidate Paul Chebor.
In the parliamentary elections held in August 2022, Chebor popularly known as ‘Mamba’ trounced Raymond Moi after polling 27,021 votes against 14,715 garnered by Raymond who was defending his seat on the KANU ticket.
As such, the second in command has vowed to keep his promise to the people of Rongai for electing his preferred candidate Paul Chebor.
He thanked the people of Rongai for heading for his call stating that the 50 cows were readily available and challenged Chebor to immediately plan for the party.
“We had a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the people that they would be in government since we had a president already. They spoke with one voice that they would be in the government and voted unanimously for Chebor,
“I am happy that you listened to me. I told them if Chebir wins we will have a party. It is up to you (Chebor) to plan. I have the cows already. We agreed I would slaughter 50 cows,” Gachagua said.
The deputy president further advised the first-time MP to treat his people well if he wanted to be re-elected in the 2027 elections.