Senator John Methu of Nyandarua County narrated as to how Amason Kingi paid for his school fees yet he didn't know him. According to Methu, he worked hard to become the senator after inspiration by the speaker of the senate Amason Kingi.
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John Methu explained that indeed Amason Kingi also paid for his posters in his university campaigns. According to Methu who is the youngest Senator in the country, he was really helped to get to where he is today by Kingi and that's why he paid back by voting him in as speaker.
It's for the support he got from Amason Kingi in his earlier campaigns that has seen him get to where he is today as senator. According to Methu, he remains overly indebted to Amason Kingi in his personal private life.
Methu also reminded Governor Amason Kingi that he was willing and ready to be appointed at the speakers gallery to help him in delivering to the country. However as we move into the future, let's wait to know of what unfolds as Kingi moves to run the senate debates.
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