Content creator Timothy Njuguna popularly known as Njugush has sensationally claimed that being Mr or Miss goody, two shoes will never get you anywhere in Kenyan politics. He further elaborated that, you will become more popular in Kenya if you steal something or become scandalous. What an intelligent man!
Responding to question to question by Amina Rabar who wanted to know if has ever approached to vie for any political seat and whether he has ever considered being an aspirant. Njugush cleverly responded that if grass tells the cow that the milk is not white, it does not mean that it want to be a cow. In other words, his comments on politics and governance does not mean that he wants to be a politician. He also insisted that, Kenyan politics is not just about numbers but also depends if one has brains or not.
As Kenyans were reacting, majority saw sensational comedian to be wise and below were some of the reactions.
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