Njoroge Githinji is well known Tv Journalist, working with the Royal Media Services, as their host.
He co_host a program known as 'Inooro Ruciini', together with Governor of 'Ngogoyo' Kamau Wa Kangethe.
The two are very influencial. They bring various political leaders to discuss Matter related to our Nation as well as Choirs.
Njoroge has been through a lot. He was once fired while his lovely wife was expecting a baby.
This never lowered him or made him give up but instead struggled hard to make the ends meet.
He is full of goodness and loves being with people. He has Learnt the art of appreciating what ever comes his way.
He says that, "When you have a chance please help someone, it could be by just telling or encouraging somebody with kind words, an act of mercy which could just be a simple gesture like, buying someone lunch, calling someone to know how he/she is doing... The best gifts in the world are normally free..."
I really support what he is saying and I believe that for sure the best gift is normal free. What about you?
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