Nairobi DG Njoroge Muchiri with former Starehe MP Jaguar in Nairobi.
Immediate former Starehe member of parliament Charles Njagua alias Jaguar has today paid a courtesy call to Nairobi deputy governor James Muchiri at his City Hall office for talks.
The Nairobi deputy governor Muchiri warmly welcomed the youthful politician from the county at his office during his courtesy visit.
" Niko naye deputy governor wa Kanairo, His Excellency James Muchiri ( With Nairobi deputy governor James Muchiri)" posted Charles Njagua alias Jaguar at his official Facebook page.
Both deputy governor James Muchiri and politician Charles Njagua alias Jaguar are members of ruling UDA party led by president William Ruto.
Charles Njagua lost UDA party primaries for Starehe Parliamentary seat to then EALA legislator Simon Mbugua. Jaguar later backed the Simon Mbugua as UDA party candidate in the Parliamentary race.
Simon Mbugua later lost the parliamentary seat to Amos Mwango who bagged it on Jubilee party ticket.
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