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Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has lost his elder brother Jack Reriani who died on Saturday night

“The news of your passing on last night hit me hard as I remain alone among the Kirigo sons” Gachagua cried out.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has been thrown into mourning after his eldest brother Jack Reriani died on Saturday night only days after attending his (Gachagua) inauguration as the Deputy President of Kenya.

Gachagua while expressing deep shock over the sudden death cried out that he was now the only surviving son of their late mother Kirigo.

The DP recalled that he had spent quality time for three days during his inauguration and that his brother was so happy, jovial and full of life.

Gachagua in statement said he had his late brother had shared beautiful moments of their life back in the village and that he had the opportunity to thank him for paying his school fees in high school and agreed on his enhanced role to lead the Kirigo family in view of his (Gachagua) National duties.


“We parted happily and agreed that I would come home after we settle down to discuss family matters.
Little did I know that those beautiful moments we shared would be our last. The news of your passing on last night hit me hard as I remain alone among the Kirigo sons,” he said.

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