Njoroge Wa Njoroge Reveals A Touching What He Went Through In MediaMax
Njogu wa Njoroge is a popular Kikuyu radio presenter. For the first time, Njogu has opened up about what happened. The former Kameme FM presenter Njogu wa Njoroge joined Kayu FM 91.0, after being fired by MediaMax.He has revealed the hardship that led to tears , desperation, and even depression he went through from his former boss before he decided to join politics. His boss from his former workplace demanded that he ought to kneel for him to get the job back. Njogu added that they also took everything he had saved for years.
This is what Njogu revealed.
"When I will finally unveil this photo, I will tell you how it brought seven months of tears, frustrations, and desperation. Where the CEO demanded that I should rescind my decision and kneel to get my job back. They took everything I had saved for years. They took away my dues. But who is God? I'm already a winner even before being the ultimate winner.# Mungumbele".
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