Pauline Njoroge stunned her fans after sharing a memory of her flying in a private jet. She shared a seven-year-old post on her Facebook page.
In the post, Pauline is seen sitting inside a private jet smiling. In another photo, she is seen standing in a reception welcoming the former president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta.
In her post, she is more grateful for sitting in a private jet and spending time with the president.
"From flying in a private jet to a presidential reception..... Yesterday was special. Indeed the earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof," the part of the memory reads.
She further quoted scripture that is apt to her journey. The scripture talks about how God can answer prayers.
"Psalms 2:8 Ask me, and I will make the nations your inheritance, the ends of the earth your possession," She added.
Kenyans made remarks congratulating her for the journey she has been through up to where she is today.
Others are .along jokes in her post just as what Kenyans used to do.
Here are their remarks in screenshots.
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