Woman Who Signed Mama Mboga Charter With Ruto Cries UDA Forgot Her After Forming Government


Woman Who Signed Mama Mboga Charter With Ruto Cries UDA Forgot Her After Forming Government

Popular Mama Mboga Pauline Waithera claims politicians that utilised her to gain clout in the 2022 election campaigns have sidelined her. 

During the previous elections, an old Kiambu woman seconded President William Ruto’s candidature before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

She was a grocery store worker, and Ruto used her to represent his political platform, which focused mostly on ordinary citizens.


Pauline Waithera speaks on receiving KSh 5m from Ruto

Aside from Ruto’s IEBC clearance, the woman accompanied the president to town hall meetings in Kiambu prior to the vote to promote the bottom-up agenda.

Speaking nearly two years after the election, Waithera admitted there was nothing to brag about despite all the attention she received from Ruto, who was then deputising for Uhuru Kenyatta.

First, she denied that the state had paid her KSh 5 million.

Furthermore, Waithera stated that no one from the government had checked on her as they had during the campaigns, disclosing that only Kiambu woman representative Anne Wamuratha had taken the initiative to contact her.

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“No one ever picks up my calls. Not even one. Just Anne Wamuratha. Yesterday she also called. I am so grateful because she’s the only one who has shown me support. She really calls me while others do not want to see my calls. I even asked her to find out the one who claimed that I was paid KSh 5 million,” she said amid sobs.

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Pauline Waithera’s son’s body held in morgue

The old woman explained that life at home was difficult for her because she had to care for her deceased son’s children on her alone.

She hadn’t laid her son to rest since his body was being held up due to unpaid hospital fees.

Waithera hated that the politicians used her commoner magnificence for their own selfish ends, as they would leave shortly after the campaigns.

“That son of mine had 3 children and they all stayed here. I have also educated those kids. If indeed I had that KSh 5 million, would we be in this small house or I would have bought my own place? I wish they all showed me love like Wamuratha. Secondly, I wanted my son’s burial to be on Wednesday but I was told the body could not be released with the hospital bill unpaid. But I will just thank Wamuratha. I will also say thanks again to Wamuratha. You know someone wanted numbers of politicians from me. I have them but they blocked me yet you remember the kind of work I did for them. I was just like a flower girl,” she lamented.

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Woman Who Signed Mama Mboga Charter With Ruto Cries UDA Forgot Her After Forming Government



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