Taking to his Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon, the lawyer who represented Azimio la Umoja coalition during the 2022 Presidential petition at the Supreme Court of Kenya has now laughed off those who voted for the chief hustler.
According to Ndegwa Njiru who is known to have branded the President as a prophet, maybe due to Ruto's prayerfulness record has argued that Kenyans should have a 'taste of their own medicine.'
"Hustler nabii @WilliamsRuto atawale....atawale..freedom to now pay our school fees has come.....HE Uhuru Kenyatta government was oppressive....freedom freedom is here,"said Ndegwa Njiru.
The sentiments by Njiru comes after it was reported that parents are going to pay more starting from January as the government had withdrawn subsidies to the school fees.
In a news statement that has been shared by the Ministry of Education, it has been revealed that parents and guardians with children in National Schools and Extra County schools will be paying Ksh.53,554 compared to the previous Ksh. 45,OOO.
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