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Pauline Njoroge Responds To UDA Politicians' Complains Against Uhuru's Scheduled Address

Communication Officer at NEPAD/APRM Kenya Secretariat and an ardent supporter of president Uhuru Kenyatta and the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Coalition Party, has hit out at politicians allied to Deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party over complains about president Uhuru Kenyatta's scheduled interviews on all the Mount Kenya vernacular Radio stations and television channels.

Njoroge who has been close to the state House since president Uhuru Kenyatta took over from Mwai Kibaki, has wondered why Ruto allies are concerned about the interviews yet they have been claiming that the head of state has no influence.

"If you believe this interview is of no consequence and it will not sway your voters, why complain then? Why even post or comment about it?" Njoroge posted on her social media pages.

She advised the politicians to keep off the address as it will have no impact as they have been arguing in the past

"Si you just let him go there waste his time with the media houses that have invited him, since it will have no impact besides his one vote." Njoroge added.

Led by Murang'a County senator Irungu Kang’ata, a section of UDA politicians have protested against the scheduled address arguing that the president will campaign for Raila contrary to the IEBC guidelines that prohibit campaigns past the deadline.


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