After unsuccessfully trying to defend his Nyeri Township parliamentary seat, politician Ngunjiri Wambugu decided to go into business/farming.Wambugu lost the parliamentary seat to Duncan Mathenge of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.According to a series of updates on his Facebook page, the former MP acquired the renowned Central Hotel in Nyeri and at some point he shows off his big farm where he has planted onions.While flaunting his onions farm,he captioned,Just a few more days & we can call this particular experiment another success … though we must figure out how to sort out this water pan manenos … it’s so much larger than we ordered! 🤦🏾♂️ (… ideas welcome …On Tuesday, November 1, the Jubilee politician revealed he had opened his Rware Central Hotel for business.Wambugu disclosed that his first two clients were Equity Bank manager George Maina and his Consolidate Bank colleague John Irungu.
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