Prior to the 2022 general election, William Ruto and his running mate Rigathi Gachagua used to complain a lot. They used to claim that former President Uhuru Kenyatta's government used to harass and frustrate them but the good thing is that they went on to take over the government from Uhuru.
The bad thing is still, President William Ruto and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua have still been complaining and blaming the previous government and Raila Odinga on a number of things instead of working for the people since they are now in control, something that has been angering a section of Kenyans including Pauline Njoroge.
Pauline Njoroge has been hitting hard at the government and today, she was back on it again as she told President William Ruto and DP Rigathi Gachagua that now that they are in government, they should do the right thing.
According to Pauline Njoroge through her official facebook account, Ruto and Gachagua should reposes all the land that was taken from Mau Mau and give it back to them or their children because they are now in government, they shouldn't be complaining any more.
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