Maina Njenga, a politician from Laikipia County has promised to help a woman whose leg was amputated. Tecla Rotich lost her leg after she was involved in an accident.
According to information we got from Maina Njenga's Facebook page, Tecla was hit by a bus and this led to amputation of her leg. She was a hardworking business woman in Eldoret before the accident. She later returned to her village in Kanga, Laikipia West empty handed with injuries.
She used all her savings for medications. A video seen by this writer displays the woman talking to the politician while attempting to control her tears. "Chenye unaweza nisaidia, nisaidie," she said amidst her tears.
Maina Njenga wrote on his page to sympathize with the woman's condition and promised to help her.
Maina Njenga is a politician from Laikipia County who vied for the senatorial post during 2022 general elections but lost to UDA candidate. Mr. Njenga who is also a bishop has been helping many with various issues who visit him in his home in Karandi near Nyahururu.
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