Ruto Ally Cherargei Opens up, Announces Unexpected Job he Wants to do After Politics
By Curtis-Otieno | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 3 views
Nandi senator Samson Cherargei now says that once his political career comes to an end, he would like to serve as a man of God in the capacity of a pastor.
He made the remarks on Citizen TV on Tuesday morning, while admitting that he might have indeed been too young when he joined politics and did not get the chance serve his country first.
The legislator had been asked what's different between him and departed politicians Simeon Nyachae and Yusuf Haji, who were public servants during their earlier days before joining politics.
He said that since he joined politics too early in his life, he will be going back to compensate Kenyans when he finally decides he has had enough in the politics.
"After politics I will become a very good pastor. Nyachae and Haji were people of the same generation and were career administrators but we still have other people who went unto politics while very young, many of them," he said.
At the same time, he argued that there should he no age seen as the right one to join politics, as long as one has the calling and ability to lead those he wants to represent.
"Joining politics depends on the calling that you have, the years you have don't matter," added the leader, a very close ally of Deputy President William Ruto.
Both Nyachae and Haji were buried on Monday, with Nyachae being laid to rest in Kisii county and Haji, formerly a Provincial Commissioner, in Nairobi.
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