Hon Jimi Wanjigi, who is a renowned mogul businessman, and also among hopeful Presidential aspirants ignited a hot debate online when he posted the following about the beauty of Democracy.￼ (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he stated that the beauty of democracy is that the will of the people will be heard. He added that decisions will not be made in the boardroom by few individuals but the Kenyans themselves.
It's remembered that Hon Wanjigi declared to vie for Presidential seat some few months ago, and said he will use ODM party. He has been moving around the country wooing the members of ODM to nominate him as the flag bearer comes 2022.
However, his political journey has not been easy. In the last few weeks he was stoned in Migori County by unruly youths who were chanting Raila's name.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them praised him for valuing the power of democracy in the country. They further urged him to continue with his spirit since his political future is so luminous. These are some of their reactions:
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