Jimmy Wanjigi is a Kenyan successful businessman cam politician from the vote rich Mt Kenya region. He was a bonified member of the Orange Democratic Movement party of Kenya before ditching it for Safina party after falling out with the party leadership. He was a very close associate of the former second Prime Minister of the Republic of Kenya Hon Raila Amolo Odinga. Hon Jimmy Wanjigi attempted to vie for the presidency but was barred by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission for lacking a degree.
The outspoken businessman has been silent for a while but has finally broken his silence as he reacted on this leaving his supporters talking. According to his latest post, businessman cam politician Jimmy Wanjigi joined Kenyans and the world in congratulating Rishi Sunaka for his nomination as the next Prime Minister for Britain. In his message Jimmy Wanjigi said that this is a great inspiration to millions of young people around the world.
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