The prime cabinet secretary Mr. Musalia mudavadi is not a very comfortable man especially around deputy president Rigathi Gachagua.

According to reliable sources, the clashing roles of Musalia Mudavadi and Rigathi gachagua is not sitting well with the Mulembe son who was convinced that he would be running the show in the Kenya Kwanza government.

Those close to Mudavadi are reportedly disappointed because they were confident his position would equal that of former prime minister raila odinga complete with a fully furnished office opposite that of the president.

On Sunday, Musalia Mudavadi was conspicuously missing from Ruto’s Murang’a tour with deputy president Rigathi gachagua. The two leaders and very senior Kenya Kwanza attended the prayer function but the ANC party leader was missing in action.

Well, Sonkonews has now learnt that Mudavadi is not very happy with reports revealing that the present office where gachagua occupies is at the centre of the bone of contention.

Being an aggressive politician, the no nonsense Mr. Gachagua hurriedly stamped his authority on Musalia Mudavadi as he took over the office at the Harambee Annex at a time when president Ruto went to the United States after being sworn into the office.

Rigathi through his official social media handles shared photos where he had met a number of dignitaries from the United Nation in the office.

“I was happy to receive Ms Hanna Tetteh the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General to the Horn of Africa who called on me at my office in Harambee Annex .

I assured her together with the delegation that accompanied her of Kenya’s commitment to peace and stability in the region.” Said Rigathi.

From the above post, it was evident that the deputy president was communicating to Mudavadi to forget about stepping his foot at Harambee Annex.

Words had been going round that Mr. Rigathi Gachagua had been allocated two floors at the office of the president and he would have to let go Ruto’s former office to Musalia Mudavadi who is likely to be the prime minister (chief cabinet secretary).

As a result, many Azimio and Kenya Kwanza followers are convinced beyond reasonable doubts that the son from Mulembe may be registering his displeasure respectfully by boycotting some of those public events.

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