Kiharu constituency member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro is among some of the prominent leaders in Kenya Kwanza Alliance. His friendship with the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto dates back to 2017 when the MP vied for the seat. He was among the youth in Jubilee administration who joined Parliament.
His past photo today resurfaced online on twitter. https://twitter.com/hellenjeriKe/status/1527248053522026496?t=PKFuiJMy37qWokdrsyNYwg&s=19
According to the photo Nyoro who now among the richest young politicians with a worth of about $1.2 million seem to have indeed came from a humble family. He had worn out clothes with old sandals on his foot.
The parliamentarian is also the co-founder of the giant stock brokerage firm and the in Vestax which currently the largest stock broker agency in the country.
Many Netizens reacted to Ndindi Nyoro's Past photo with mixed views. Many appreciated that indeed hustling narrative which he gas been boosting in UDA can be clearly read. Here are some their comments.
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