The government has made adequate arrangements in accordance with the law to protect property during Monday's planned Azimio demos in Nairobi. He was speaking in Kirinyaga on Saturday during an alumni meeting at Kianyaga Boys High School, his former school. Gachagua said the handshake regime led the nation to suffer economically, a situation he said the current administration is striving to resuscitate. As an old boy, Gachagua said he would help Kianyaga Boys in establishing and renovating various facilities in a bid to help improve its academic performance. The deputy President also commissioned a borehole which will go along way in providing water for students at the school.
Source: Daily Nation March 19, 2023 03:43 UTC