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Ruto's Vocal Critic Increases Her Attacks On Govt A Day After Being Fired From Top Job

Social media enthusiast Pauline Njoroge who has emerged as one of President William Ruto's most fierce critics ( Photo Courtesy)

Not even her Friday firing from government seems to slow down Pauline Njoroge who has intensified her attacks on President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

Njoroge, a key disciple of former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Azimio la Umoja coalition leader, saw her appointment to the Tourism Regulatory Authority revoked by Tourism Cabinet Secretary Penina Malonza.

There is no doubt that her fierce opposition to the Ruto regime contributed to her downfall. And now, she is back even much stronger as she strives to keep the restless on check until further notice.

Banking on her huge legion of followers across her social media platforms, the influential former State House operative means business as she takes Ruto and his government head-on.

An undated photo of Pauline Njoroge ( Photo Courtesy)

On Saturday, the former Jubilee Party strategist made a series of posts highlighting how the current regime has been a disappointment to Kenyans since it came to power over six years ago.

In particular, the University of Nairobi-trained international relations expert made reference to the pledges Ruto made during campaigns in 2022 vis-a-vis what he has so far delivered.

He also punched holes into the Hustler Fund, the pilot project of the Ruto regime. To her, the hustler fund is a scandal in waiting as it is allegedly being run in an opaque manner.

Going forward, as she promised on the wake of Jubilee MPs decamping to the government side, Njoroge will be a strong government critic. She promised not to betray Uhuru and that is exactly what she is doing right now.

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