The Nyeri town member of parliament hon Ngunjiri Wambugu has shared some of what he does when he is not at the glare of Cameras. Ngunjiri said that sometimes it's good to have some chills and spend time with what make you happy.
He shared his beautiful experience with his Germany Shepherds Dogs which left people talking. Notable is the large Number of dogs the vocal member of parliament has kept where people cited they too many.
One Kenyans Hilariously cited that he is is worried what the dogs can actually do if they smell a member of the United Democratic Alliances in the compound. Another one saluted Ngunjiri for the hard work claiming that feeding this dog will likely cost around Kenya Shillings 60,000 per month which is too high.
Wambugu has been on the limelight after he cited that a powerful Cabinet Secretary us giving them sleepless nights as he is causing chaos within the party and he hinted of a posible unity against him.
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