Pauline Njoroge has reacted over David Ndii’s insulting post in his X page.
She says that when weak men can’t explain themselves or have a substantive response to an issue raised by a woman, they resort to sexual renarks.
Sha says that this is an age old trick to intimidate and shame women, so as to shut them up. Pauline notes that David Ndii has never introduced bedroom matters when arguing with fellow men.
She further says that its appalling that a presidential advisor, a public servant who is paid by tax payers can result to this form of violence against women in order to deflect attention from the matters at hand.
Refering back, she says that the administration he serves rose to power through a campaign promise to lower the cost of fuel and so as Kenyan citizens we have a right to question why the opposite has been happening yet global fuel prices have been on a downward trend for several monthw now. They say Uhuru’s fuel was cheaper because there was subsidy. But subsidy on petrol was 20 bob meaning even if it was added to the consumer, pump price would have been Ksh 179 bob, not 217. Not to forget that Ruto’s 217 was subsidised, though they like using an alternative term for subsidy.
Concluding, She noted that Ndii and his cronies should know that neither sexual insults nor arrests will cower me.