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Rigathi Gachagua: Nakuru governor is late president Moi’s biological son

by Amos Khaemba

On Thursday, June 23, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui called on William Ruto’s 2022 presidential running mate Rigathi Gachagua to apologize to the people of Molo for the suffering they endured during his tenure as a district officer.

There have been unconfirmed reports that Gachagua orchestrated the clashes in Molo during his tenure as a district officer (DO).

The Nakuru governor challenged Ruto’s running mate to ask for forgiveness before campaigning for the United Democratic Alliance presidential candidate.

Speaking while on a campaign tour of Molo on Saturday, June 25, Gachagua said it was Lee who should apologize for the sins of his ‘father’.

In a video seen by Kivumbi.co.ke, the outgoing Mathira MP sensationally claimed that the Nakuru governor is the biological son of the late President Daniel Moi.

“Hatuezi omba msamaha kwa sababu hatujafanya makosa yoyote. Wewe Lee Kinyanjui ndio unatakiwa kuja Molo uombe msamaha kwa sababu babako mzazi alikua commander-in–chief of the armed forces and president watu wa Molo wakiumia.” Gachagua said.

Loosely translated to, “We can’t apologize because we did nothing wrong. It’s you Lee Kinyanjui who must apologize for the crimes perpetrated by your father who served as president and commander-in-chief when Molo residents suffered,”

Gachagua further stated that he has never served as a district officer (DO) in the Molo area during his entire life in public service.

“The stations I worked are known. My file number at the Office of the President is PF 611592. I served in Kirinyaga, Kiambu, Laikipia, Garissa, Turkana, Kakamega and in the Office of the President in Nairobi. I have never served in Nakuru, leave alone Molo,” said Gachagua.

Governor Lee Kinyanjui’s uncanny resemblance to the late Daniel Moi has always left Kenyans speaking in low tones about their relationship.

Last year outspoken Kandara MP Alice Wahome had also alleged that Lee Kinyajui was a stepbrother to the Baringo Senator Gideon Moi.

“Mutahi Ngunyi ati (that) Lee (looks like Moi? Say it as is. Fact: Lee is Gideon Moi’s brother from another mother,” Wahome said in a Tweet seen by Kivumbi.co.ke

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