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Pauline Njoroge Denies Claims She Has Joined William Ruto’s Government

Pauline Njoroge
Blogger Pauline Njoroge. Photo/Pauline Njoroge Facebook.

Political blogger Pauline Njoroge has denied she has joined President William Ruto’s government.

The vocal Pauline has been known for her scathing criticism of the Ruto administration since it came to power.

Rumours and speculation on social media have claimed that Njoroge has joined Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s communication team.

The blogger dismissed the claims on her official social media handles.

“A guy comes to a post where I am hammering the government and UDA MPs and asks, ati you have been bought by the government and appointed to a senior position? Nikimuita kagege kuna shida?” she posted.

Njoroge also wondered which position in government she had been appointed to.

“In which position have I been appointed?” she asked.

Pauline Njoroge has been a vocal ally of former president Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.

She was on the frontline during the campaigns as she voiced support for Raila’s presidential bid.

In a previous article on WoK, Njoroge did not have any money on her or a sponsor to support further her education and that’s how she ended up at former president Daniel arap Moi’s address, the Kabarnet Gardens.

She fearlessly asked GSU officers manning the gate that she wanted to see the President so that she could share her plight with him.

A post she authored on her blog titled ‘My Education Journey-A Story of Pain and Hope’ reads in part:

One day in 2006, desperate to find someone to support me continue with my education, I went to Karbanet Gardens.

Former president Moi had educated my late mum back in the day and I was sure if I got a chance to see him and tell him my story, he would support my education too.

And so I arrived at Kabarnet Gardens, fearlessly approached the GSU Officers at the gate and told them why I needed to see mzee. They made a call to the house, and on the landline I talked to a lady who told me to write to Moi Foundation and request for a sponsorship.

I thought that was a long shot, I would never get help.