After unsuccessfully trying to defend his Nyeri Township parliamentary seat, politician Ngunjiri Wambugu decided to go into business.Wambugu lost the parliamentary seat to Duncan Mathenge of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.According to a series of updates on his Facebook page, the former MP acquired the renowned Central Hotel in Nyeri.The former MP renamed the facility Rware Central Hotel and added his personal touch to the logo by adopting his slogan Simba wa Nyeri as an inspiration.The new venture will be an uphill task for the former legislator, even as big hotels in Nyeri county struggle to bounce back following the pandemic.Some of the iconic hotels that have closed down include Green Hills Hotel, Outspan Treetops Hotel.
While taking to his social media,the former law maker captioned,"#RevCannonNgunjiriWambugu & #MrsNgunjiri … Asanteni kwa kupitisha #Pilau. #RwareCentralHotel …
𝐀𝐧𝐧: Enjoy the pilau, greetings to your dear parents mhesh I wish them a longer life.
𝐊𝐨𝐨𝐦𝐞: My stay at Rware Central Hotel was memorable.The hospitality was one of a kind. With this revamped status, I can only but imagine what it feels like.Congratulations Mhesh.
𝐑𝐨𝐬𝐞: Wow! Wonderful ..Best customers ever! n now Baraka zitamiminika huko kama mvua...
𝐃𝐚𝐧: Great, parents blessings for your biz is the best thing, lucky your dad is an ordained man of God ,I see you going far , central could give birth to central beach soon
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