Mt.Kenya politician as well as a tycoon Jimi Wanjigi is making himself popular before the 2022 August Elections.
The tycoon has promised to make Kenya a better country only if given chance to be the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya.
Today while in Maragua town he attracted large crowds.
" Engaging the people of Maragua town who came out in large numbers. Kenyans are tired of oppression and they are demanding change. That is what we give them." Jimi wrote in his Facebook page.
Jimi Wanjigi claimed that Kenya has suffered oppression for a long time and now it's time to elect him for the better.
Kenyans ways of suffering for example include; increase in food prices overtaxing people.
The people came out today in huge numbers to support him. Could that be assurance that he might win the August polls?
Jimi Wanjigi this thanked the Maragua residents and promises them change if at any case he wins the presidential bid.
Source: Jimi Wanjigi (Facebook)
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