Ndidi Nyoro jetted out of the country in the past few weeks for his vacations in Europe. The legislator has been off from the active politics due to these European trips. The legislator has shared photos of his current Vacation in Netherlands. He has shown in his facebook account beautiful photos of his time in Netherlands which he has described as the world's known beautiful village.This puts his supporters in clear position that is absence in active politics shows that he is on a private tour in Netherlands and might make a comeback to politics when you come back to the country.
"This village, Giethoorn in Netherland has been declared by many as the most beautiful village in the world. It truly is. No vehicle can get into the village only boats through the many canals and waterways and bikes. Met a warm and welcoming people just like Kenyans in a private tour. We are Africa and Africa is our business". The legislator posted in his official Facebook account as shown in the post below
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