Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has reiterated his earlier claims about some of the things he underwent before taking up the number two seat.
He has, however, announced that he has forgiven the police officers who did that to him, and that he will not be seeking revenge. He has suggested that they will be allowed to continue serving.
The former Mathira MP said that the same goes to the state officers who harassed him and President William Ruto during their campaigns.
“Now, some of them want to argue with us when we say that the institution is on its knees yet it is in the public domain. When we say so, you oppose that it has not, yet you are the chairman, then tell us why,” he is further quoted.