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Gachagua’s chilling tale of amorous chief who lost manhood to extra marital affairs

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has advised law enforcement officers in the country to diligently perform their duties and desist from engaging in extra marital affairs.

Speaking on Monday in Mathira Constituency, Nyeri County, Mr Gachagua recounted how one amorous chief once lost his manhood due to extra marital affairs.

As he addressed them, DP Gachagua stunned the audience with a tale from 1995 when complaints were brought to him about the chief who had been going around sleeping with other people’s wives.

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“In 1995, someone came and told me that one of my chiefs was bothering him and they would soon clash. ‘He is sleeping in my house and he has ejected me from my house. We are going to clash.’ I then summoned my chiefs and I told them I had been informed one of them was going around with people’s wives and based on how the mzee had spoken, one of the chiefs’ private parts would be chopped off. I am not a prophet but within 10 days, one chief’s private parts was chopped off, tied on a shoe string and hung up in the shopping center to send a message to chiefs,” Gachagua recounted.

The Deputy President said he called a friend a few days ago after he remembered the story and was informed that to date, there are no chiefs in the area who engage in extra marital affairs.

The DP was however quick to state that as much as he does not advocate for such actions, law enforcement officers should be careful, lest they meet the same calamity.

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“Please, officers, let us conduct ourselves with dignity and decorum so that we can serve our people and serve them well and be effective,” Gachagua said.

The DP’s sentiments come in the wake of his wife’s intention to hold a mass wedding for Kenya’s police officers. Two days ago, Pastor Dorcas Gachagua met with chaplains at the Kenya School of Government where she also launched the program of marital counseling and uniformed weddings to police families.

“I am delighted to be with you during this inaugural marital and family values counseling session with our police officers here in Kenya. It is said that a journey of one thousand steps starts with one step. Here we are. The vision includes taking the police couples through marital counseling, holding a mass wedding, the exchange of rings, beautiful décor, the cutting of the cake and lots of celebrations. I hope the entire Presidency will attend our first mass uniformed wedding in Kenya,” she said.

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