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Reactions As MP Ngunjiri Reveals Moral Lesson He Learnt From Sudden Demise Of His Beloved Son

By Suristpolitician. | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 5875 views

(courtesy photo)

Hon Kimani Ngunjiri who is a member of parliament for Bahati Constituency revealed how the sudden demise of his beloved son changed drastically his life. (courtesy photo)

He said he never expected a painful experience like that in his life, but when it happened he learnt a moral lesson out of it though it was painful.

He said he learnt that a friend in need is a friend indeed. He confirmed that from that challenge, he chose to be the agent of peace and reconciliation in the country. This is because the people he thought to be his enemies were the first to assist him during that painful time.

Due to that, he chose to ensure that there is good existence between the President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Samoei Ruto. He exuded a lot of hope that the two shall work as it was and ensure that the government four agendas shall be fulfilled.(courtesy photo)

It remembered that the political relationship between Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy is no longer good as it was before. Therefore his new move is believed to bring the them together as before.

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