Just a week after he visited Murang'a county, Deputy President William Ruto is once again back to the vote-region region. On Sunday, Ruto landed at SabaSaba Primary School in Muranga County where he is expected to attend a church service in the area before embarking on his meet-the-people tours.
DP Ruto has continued to receive admiration not only from his supporters but also from some Kenyans who don't subscribe to his political ideas. This is after the second in command promised and delivered a house to a 64-year-old woman. The elderly lady, Margaret Njambi, trended on social media sometimes back after a video of her hilariously deconstructing the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) went viral.
Police in Murang’a have launched investigations following the defrauding of women by a group of four people using Deputy President William Ruto’s name. The women have reportedly lost nearly Sh1 million. Locals say the three men and a woman have been asking villagers for a Sh630 registration fee, promising that Dr Ruto’s wife, Rachel, would give each Christmas gifts valued at Sh10,000 on December 24.
Margaret met the deputy president at his residents in Karen and he promise he will support her. The old woman is happy now after the deputy president build her a house which is very accommodative and attractive as well. The deputy president delivered his promise as said and build a house to her.
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The colour of Unity, When her video expressed her will to meet Vice President William Ruto in a viral fashion, Margaret Njambi, better known as Cucu Wa Ruto came to the forefront. In her video, she urged Kiharu members to vote in 2022 for DP Ruto as President.
Margaret Njambi, better known as Cucu wa Ruto came to the limelight when her video expressing her desire to meet deputy president William Ruto went viral. In the video, she urged members of Kiharu constituency to vote for DP Ruto as president in the 2022 elections. After some days, DP Ruto hosted her at his Karen residence.
A sixty four year old woman known as Margaret Njambi from Murang'a County has today expressed his gratitude to the second in command William Ruto for building her a house in Gikandu village. According to the video clip that has gone viral online, the woman expressing her happiness and gratitude toward the deed that the second in command did to her, she has also added that she expecting DP Ruto to visit the place and see the work of his hands as he launches for house.
Margaret Njambi, a 64 year old woman from Gikandu, Kiharu Constituency, Murang'a is now a happy woman after the deputy president William Ruto financed her ongoing mansion building at her rural home.
Marget Njambi, an eldery woman from Muranga county has once again revived his engagement with Deputy President William Ruto through a video clip that has already gone viral on Tuesday.
Margaret Njambi,a 64year old granny in Murang'a county was full of happiness after deputy president William Ruto fulfilled his promise of building her a new house.Margaret Njambi gave her appreciation to the DP, contrasting him with any semblance of the late Kenneth Matiba for his benevolent demonstration.
Margaret Njambi from Kiharu became famous after a video recording of her making her contribution in a public baraza went viral earlier this month.Mrs. Njambi demonstrated her brilliance in the queens language when she questioned the Government over the BBI process amidst cheers from the crowd.
Margaret Njambi, an elderly mother from Muranga County in Kiharu Sub County who made news headlines some days back when her video clip of her praising the DP went viral, had her dreams of meeting second in command fulfilled yesterday when she met with Ruto Macho Kwa Macho. According to the
Margaret Njambi trended few weeks ago and she was strongly opposing the Building Bridges Initiative which basically is a bill that plans to change some chapters of the constitution. The 64years old lady who is a strong supporter of United Democratic Alliance and also follows hustler movement did not want anything to do with BBI and so she kept on saying that the court should stop that bill by all means.
After Deputy President William Ruto constructed her concrete house, an elderly woman from Murang'a conveyed her profound gratitude. Margaret Njambi, 64, could not contain her enthusiasm after seeing the house that the vice president promised her when she visited his Karen office in February this year.
An old woman from Gikandu, Murang'a county, has everything to smile now after the Prince she was given to the deputy president come to be. The elderly woman identified as, Margaret Njambi thanked Hon William Ruto for building her a three bedroom house saying the hoise will make her live a descent life.
More Blessings Follow The Viral Murang’a Granny Captured Castigating BBI After Meeting Ruto (Photos)
More Blessings Follow The Viral Murang’a Grandmother Captured Castigating BBI After Meeting Ruto (Photos) Margaret Njambi is a 64-year-old who became a celebrity overnight after a video of her castigating the BBI amendment bill in a function that had been attended by a member of parliament went viral. In the video,
Margaret Njambi famously know as shosh wa gikandu narrates how she was arrested and jailed while her son was lying helpless in mortuary.Margret was born and raised in nyakahura village she claims that she was very bright student in school but she didn't manage to go to secondary school because of lack of fees and her dream of becoming a doctor was dimmed.
People have hailed the deputy president William Ruto after fulfilling the wish of a Granny from Kiharu constituency Murang'a county.
A few weeks ago, a video clip of Margaret Njambi also referred to as “Cucu wa Gikandu” went viral after she was captured speaking English mixed with Kikuyu praising Deputy President Dr Ruto.
A 64 Year-Old lady from Kiharu Constituency has a reason to smile after getting a golden chance to meet with the Deputy President as she has been wishing in her life.