Margret Njambi is the talk of town. The 64-year-old woman from Murang’a could not hide her joy after she saw to completion the house which the deputy president William Ruto had pledged when he hosted her at his Karen office in February this year. This came after the woman was captured publicly criticizing the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) sought to meet the chief hustler. Luckily for her (Njambi), her wish was granted and had the opportunity to spend moments with the second man in command at his Karen office.
Besides putting a decent house for her, the Chief hustler promised to support Njambi in her farming venture.
Ruto made good his promise, putting up a house for Margret Njambi who has been vouching for his presidency saying it will "transform Kenya". She also expressed her heartfelt gratitude and thanked Ruto for supporting her, asking him to show up at her home for the housewarming event.
Njambi pledged to gunner support on behalf of Ruto who will be seeking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta whose second and final term will be lapsing next year.
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