Many Kenyans especially politicians wish to be appointed to top government seats like the Cabinet positions, permanent secretary among others. This is not the case for the former Bahati constituency MP, Hon Kimani Ngunjiri.
Appearing in an interview at K24 Tv, Hon Kimani Ngunjiri revealed what President William Ruto had offered to him after losing his member of Parliament seat in the last general election. He revealed that President William Ruto offered him a Ministerial position at his government. Shockingly, Hon Kimani Ngunjiri refused the offer, asking for a more lesser position.
Kimani Ngunjiri revealed that the reason he refused was because he knows President William Ruto is a workaholic person and he can not match his energy. He went ahead and said that he has retired from politics after losing his seat. He went ahead and praised the President on how he is running the government.
Hon Kimani Ngunjiri was a UDA hard supporter, supporting President Ruto in his campaigns. President Ruto offering Kimani Ngunjiri a position in his government is seen as a reward to his loyal supporters, something which he has done greatly.
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