Blogger Pauline Njoroge was applauded by her followers after she attended a harambee at the PCEA Githiga church and donated ksh 250,000 towards Women's Guild projects.
Through a facebook post, she revealed that the women's guild consisted of women who were active in church and christian activities and was founded in back in 1887.
Pauline further revealed that at the same church is where she sharpened her leadership skills, she alleged that as a young girl she was given rare opportunities to read Bible verses during the main service and joining the church's brigade.
The blogger has been very vocal on her political stands generating massive followers on her social media handles, currently she has is promoting the Jubilee government by sharing several projects sponsored by the by Uhuru led government and are complete, up and running.
She was once appointed to the tourism board but her celebration was short lived as before the ellapse of 48 hours, her appointment was revoked after a post she made in 2014 recommending usage of Nairobi national park land for urban development resurfaced.
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