- The DP had meetings at his Karen home and a cabinet committee meeting.
- He started the week with a Kenya Kwanza prayer session in Isiolo on Sunday.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua had a busy week whose climax was to hold a crucial meeting with former Jubilee MPs.
The DP, who is seen as the de facto Mt Kenya leader given his seniority in government, on Saturday, May 27 met the group which included ex-MP Ngunjiri Wambugu at his Karen Residence.
"We were best of friends, but we parted ways when bad politics crept in after the infamous handshake on March 9, 2018," he twitted.
"We have taken time to catch up and review the politics that divided us."
On Friday, Gachagua joined President William Ruto in a tour of Embu County ahead of the June 1 Madaraka Day.
They toured the Embu stadium which will be the venue for the national celebrations and also addressed roadside rallies.
On the same day, Gachagua accompanied Ruto when the head of state went to KRA to file tax returns.
On Wednesday, Gachagua held a meeting with the Nairobi River Commission that also brought on board governors Johnson Sakaja(Nairobi) and Ole Lenku (Kajiado)and Wavinya Ndeti (Machakos).
On May 23, Gachagua was at State House for a meeting of the Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary Group(PG) meeting chaired by President Ruto.
During the meeting, the President whipped MPs to support the controversial Finance Bill 2023 and his radical fiscal policy plan.
On May 22, Gachagua held a meeting with a cabinet committee at his Karen office.
"Today, I chaired a Committee of the whole Cabinet, the first, at the Deputy President's Official Residence in Karen, Nairobi," he twitted.
On Sunday, Gachagua joined the President for a thanksgiving prayer service at Isiolo High School.
''Our visit and worship with the people of Isiolo County today was also a moment to reaffirm our determination to improve their lives and livelihood as we implement The Plan,'' he said.