Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president

Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, has said that he is willing to mend fences with former leader Uhuru Kenyatta.

Gachagua said in a media interview on Saturday in Meru that he had no ill will towards Uhuru, whom he claims to have supported ever since he launched his first presidential bid in 2002.

"I have no issues or disagreements with my buddy and former president Uhuru Kenyatta. He has retired and left to take a break, so we have no rivals.

"Gachagua said, "I am the Deputy President, and I am carrying out my duties.

"I have backed Uhuru since 2002, much before the others did, and I did so until he was elected president. Later, when we had won his project, we started to disagree politically. But when he showed up there and gave us the go-ahead, everything went well.

He said that even though they haven't talked in a while, he is prepared to speak with him should he reach out to him.

"Uhuru and I have not yet spoken, although he is aware of my whereabouts. He has my contact information. He is my older brother, so if he calls, I'll go. I don't have any issues. We shall converse," Gachagua promised.

"We hold him in high regard. Even though I am younger than him, I can still offer him some advice. I'll let him know that sparring with Sabina makes him seem less respectable.

The DP said that as the Kenya Kwanza administration, they are unconcerned about the conflict between Uhuru and Sabina over the Jubilee Party.

Gachagua further absolved the President and the Kenya Kwanza administration of any responsibility for the issues the Jubilee Party was having.

"His previous regime's problems are the sole issue, but we must voice ourselves. "I'm not arguing by informing you that he borrowed money to construct the roads," Gachagua said.


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