Hon Sabina Wanjiru Chege, who is a women representative for Murang'a county, and also a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta ignited a hot debate online when she posted where she visited on Sunday afternoon. (Courtesy Photo)
According to her post, she said on Sunday, she paid a courtesy call to kiengei live Media offices where she was hosted by her son Muthee Kiengei (Pastor Benson).(Courtesy Photo)
Perhaps, she said she was impressed by the progress of Muthee Kiengei, and his growth in the industry. She further encouraged him to continue with the same spirit and the Almighty God shall continue expanding his territories of his career.
On this, she urged other youths in the country to be creative and innovative for them to be the creators of the jobs in the country, and not seekers of the jobs.
Her post attracted several comments, majority of them joined her in praising Muthee Kiengei for his hardworking. They further encouraged him to continue with the same spirit since his future is so bright.
These are some of their reactions:
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