I can’t imagine this is the same man who cried after Maina Kamanda almost snatched his Jubilee nomination ticket for Starehe MP seat.
Yes, Charles Njagua, alias Jaguar when he’s not in Kigomba chasing and insiting Kikuyu traders to beat an eject Chinese from the muddy-cholera headquarters market, he’s busy feeding his cows.
The missing in action legislature has abandomed his Starehe contituents and he’s busy forcused on Mang’ombe economy. Clearly, voters wa Starehe ni Ng’ombe.
Here is the MP naratting what he has done so far as an MP and his journey of helping cows instead of the people that voted for him.
Photos just incase the MP deletes the tweet.
I started doing odd jobs at an early age. Life is a struggle. Slowly, I moved into music because I had a passion for it. Then I got into politics. What most people don't know is that I'm also a passionate farmer. Today I'm checking on my cows. Diversify. It'll help you a lot. pic.twitter.com/hMIeTJU4t3
— Hon. Jaguar (@RealJaguarKenya) December 15, 2019
King Kaka said Wakenya ni Wajinga and Jaguar has painted the scar with Wana Starehe ni Mang’ombe. These are the Jubilee leaders you woke up at 4 AM to vote for…