Riggy G Regrets Siring Only Two Kids, Wishes He Had More.

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  • Rigathi Gachagua has expressed his regret at having one child with his Pastor Wife, Dorcas Gachagua




  • The deputy president spoke during his late brother’s burial and noted that his house gets lonely since his two sons are grown up and do not stay at home most of the times




  • Rigathi termed it foolish to have listened to the wazungu and heeded their advice of family planning rather than having many kids


Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has regretted having only two kids with their wife, Dorcas Gashagua.






Rigathi Gachagua, Dorcas Gachagua.Rigathi Gachagua says he regrets having only 2 kids. Photo: Rigathi Gachagua.
Source: UGC





Gachagua’s siblings

Gachagua speaking during his brother’s burial, Jack Reriani shared that he grew up in a huge family with many siblings.






He had previously mourned the death of his big brother, noting he had left an indelible mark in his life.




“Let us educate our kids in a family of nine we were seven graduates.”




He said that his parents were peasants but knew the meaning of a huge family and had planned insurance and made sure two of the children studied to uplift the rest.





“From parents who were peasants, they just knew that education was important.’




The Dp noted that some were not wise when the wazungus came to Kenya and advised people to get two children.





Foolish to heed the advice

Looking back, he termed it foolish as when he sits in his house, it is a mansion, but his kids are already grown up, and they left home.




“I think some of us were not wise when wazungus came they told us to get only two kids and we accepted looking back in my case, I think it was foolish.”



He rhetorically asked the crowd whether he was living in a home with just his wife, Pastor Dorcas.





“When I sit i my house it is a big house my children are gone I am just there with pastor Dorcas if you levae a glass here you leave after two months you come back it is just there. Hio hapana boma? Is that a home really? Those days of the 70s tukaskiza family planning so we find ourselves in a situation that is not very nice,” he said.

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