– Kuria had gone to present cheques to beneficiaries of Uwezo Fund initiative in Gatundu South
– Accompanying him was a jovial-looking Ngina, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s daughter
– The two were warmly welcomed by members of the Inuka Women Self Help Initiative
– Kenyans chose to ignore the main event and instead focused on Kuria’s special guest, Ngina
Gatudnu South MP Moses Kuria on Thursday, April 12, traveled back to his constituency to present cheques to the beneficiaries of the Uwezo Fund initiative.
Kuria met with 17 groups of women under the Inuka Women Self Help Initiative.
The Inuka Women Self Help Initiative was started by The Kenyatta Trust, a non-profit organization targeting Kenyans from the disadvantaged families especially students.
“To further support the groups, I pledged to partner with Inuka in rolling out the pilot for Maisha Kilimo Project in Kahuguini Primary School,” Kuria shared in a Facebook post seen by exposeke.com on Friday, April
Maisha Kilimo, Kuria explained, is a partnership between Moses Kuria Foundation, Gatundu South CDF, public schools and community groups.
Clearly, this was a big occasion for the Gatundu South lawmaker, but not to all Kenyan netizens.
A section of Kenyans seemed less interested in Kuria’s development initiatives in his constituency and more concerned about his business with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s daughter, Ngina Kenyatta.
Kuria was spotted with a smiley and pretty-looking Ngina as he handed over cheques to the beneficiaries of the Uwezo Fund initiative.
Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans after the Gatundu South legislator shared photos of him with Ngina:
Thiong’o Wa Gichuhi: Continue grooming the Kenyatta’s, once those kids are big enough, you will be eliminated the way they did the MP who was there before you so that you can be nominated. You are a pawn in a chess game but no one has to live forever so your demise to most of us will be normal, and in fact when it happens I will add an extra wife to my family to celebrate.
PK Mwangi Kimotho: And you were accompanied by Kenya’s first Daughter Ngina Kenyatta. Good job Njamba…For Verified Information and News, look for EXPOSEKE.com, hit the bell button to subscribe for updates, to reach our support team, contact us here