Hon John Nguguna Wa Wanjiku, who is the UDA Party candidate continued on Monday to Interact with the kiambaa residents as a way of solidifying his votes base over the impending By-election. (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he said the principle behind the Hustlers nation bottom-up economic approach is that every hustle matters.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he said the more focus they give to small businesses, the more they succeed and the better for their economy and society.
He confirmed that he joined the residents of Ndenderu for lunch at the 'mugendi' fish joint. He said after a lengthy of interactions, they agreed to support them over the forthcoming By-election.(Courtesy photo)
It's remembered that Hon John Nguguna Wa Wanjiku is facing a steep competition from his close rival from Jubilee Party, Hon Kariri Njama. However, the Hustlers Nation Team Exuded a lot of hope that their Candidate shall emerge victorious at the end.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, Majority of them praised him for the best tactics he employs to win the hearts of the voters. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, comment and don't forget to share widely
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