‘It’s all systems go,’ upbeat DP Gachagua says after settling at Harambee Annex office

Written by on 20 September 2022

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on Monday, September 19, took over the Harambee Annex office in Nairobi, formerly occupied by President William Ruto.

In a statement, Gachagua said he had officially settled at the Deputy President’s office, days after taking oath of office.

Rigathi Gachagua
Deputy President Rigath Gachagua arrives at his new office at Harambee Annex building in Nairobi. PHOTO/Rigathi Gachagua (@rigathi)/Twitter

He thanked the staff at the Harambee Annex building for a warm reception and pledged to work tirelessly to change the country’s economic trajectory.

“We are now ready to work and change our country’s trajectory towards recovery. I have settled at my new office at Harambee House Annex and it’s all systems go,” an upbeat Gachagua stated.

“I thank the senior staff at the office of the Deputy President for the very exhaustive brief and the assurance of them being efficient in running the office and service delivery to the people of Kenya.”

Deputy President Rigath Gachagua takes over Harambee Annex office. PHOTO/Rigathi Gachagua (@rigathi)/Twitter

Bishops commits Gachagua to God

Present was a team of bishops who committed Gachagua to God as he assumes his new role.

“I thank our Bishops for taking time to bless the office and commit our work to God as I help President William Ruto in managing the affairs of our Great Nation,” he added.

Ruto was the country’s first Deputy President to occupy the office.

The Kenya Kwanza Alliance leader has since relocated to the President’s office at Harambee House following his swearing-in as Kenya’s fifth President last week.

The President has another office at State House where he resides.

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