It is time we give an opportunity to young and fresh Kenyans to lead the country. This are Jimi Wanjigi's words during an interview in one of the media platforms. He says a time for political god fathers is over and it's time to let the fresh ones rule over and build the country's economy.
Jimi Wanjigi revealed that he will be vying for the President post with the Orange Democratic party for the upcoming elections. He says he has knowledge and understanding of business and internal affairs making him perfect to deliver the country from its current state. Having been close to the senior officials in the government has given him experience and knowledge about the things to do and the things not to do.
Jimi Wanjigi says he started his garbage collection business with no penny but his determination and willingness to achieve encouraged him until he became among the top businessmen in Kenya. He says he had no inheritance from his parents and he had to work extra hard and smart to fit where he wanted.
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