Pauline Njoroge:UDA Trying to Buy Me With Sh500k Salary

MH Reporter

Renown blogger Pauline NJOROGE has claimed that the UDA government had approached her with an offer of Sh500,000 to ditch AZIMIO.

The beauty queen claims she politely declined the offer.

Pauline made the claims on her Twitter – in a ruthless salvo fired at former RAILA ODINGA aide Mr. SILA JAKAKIMBA.

Pauline was recently appointed Deputy Organising Secretary for Jubilee Party.

Deputy Organising Secretary for Jubilee Party Pauline Njoroge. Photo/Courtesy.

JAKAKIMBA post supporting Ruto government

 “My sister Pauline NJOROGE: 1. It is on record, and this was during the handshake, that President Kenyatta publicly declared that under his watch, the country was losing Sh2 Billion per day to corruption (over Sh700 Billion per year).

Silas Jakakimba/Mwanahabari

“2. Servicing of the unsustainable debt burden left by former regime has occasioned a huge debt distress on the country. A larger chunk of revenues goes into debt service – and as you know, most of these loans matured earlier this year. You know the consequences to the country that come with default of matured loans.

“3. My take is that whereas the Finance Bill has to run through the furnace of Parliamentary debate, the most urgent issue in this country today is we need a unified front on how to handle the (cancerous) debt burden. The debt portfolio as it is unsustainable and the National Treasury is choked.

“4. Until we push for debt restructuring and a review of the tax administration regime as it were in a manner that doesn’t affect consumption power, tough times ahead but remember President William RUTO was sworn into it. He needs support to implement strategies aimed at plucking the country out of that hole inherited from his brother, (former) President Kenyatta.

Former Raila Odinga aide Silas Jakakimba and Pauline Njoroge. Photo/

“5. The subsidies question has been unpacked enough times and the jury is out whether focus should be on subsidizing production or consumption- so I leave it for now.

“6. We all gain if the economics work. We collapse, all of us, if it doesn’t.”


“My brother Silas Jakakimba, you are here claiming how the previous regime left a big financial hole which Ruto is trying to fix, yet last week you and your very senior friends is government were offering me Sh500,000 per month to cross over? Where was that money going to come from if the country is in a financial hole? You should just have kept off this topic because me and you know the truth,” said Ms Njoroge.

Things can only get uglier.