Former MP Ngunjiri Wambugu has responded to President William Ruto's social media attention after he was spotted waiting in line for lunch in the Parliament.
The former Nyeri lawmaker, in response to the head of state's act today, has thanked him via his Facebook page.
According to Ngunjiri, Ruto might be more adept than former president Uhuru Kenyatta at juggling the responsibilities of running the Executive on a full-time basis with keeping an eye on both national and local politics.
The former lawmaker who is close with Uhuru and Azimio la Umoja claims that Ruto would teach him and other politicians many valuable things in the future.
"During Ruto's term in office, those of us who love politics will benefit from watching and learning from a politician-per-excellence as he balances the task of running the Executive full-time while maintaining his finger on the political pulse of both local and national politics. (This is the one thing that Ruto will accomplish better than Uhuru, I'm positive.) Notebooks are available, whatu wakae. It's #Politics101 now." The post by Ngunjiri says.
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