Dear Pauline Njoroge,
I hope this letter finds you well, but it’s time we had a serious conversation about karma. You see, karma is like the Fuliza service you love so much – you keep using it without paying, and sooner or later, you’ll be in for a big surprise! Let’s rewind to that infamous day, Thursday, 20th June 2019.
I still remember how you and your partner, Lydia Mathia, orchestrated a post about my planned arrest, making sure that even Interior PS Kibicho was informed about it.
I was shocked to learn how far you were willing to go to attack me, but little did you know that karma was patiently watching. Fast forward to Tuesday, 2nd July 2019, when DCI_Kenya officers from Headquarters came to pick me up.
They were keen to see the post I had made about the La Mada meetings, where former PS Kibicho was the Chairman. Your actions had consequences, and it was about time you faced them.
Today, you found yourself at the receiving end of karma’s wrath. The Queen of propaganda, as you love to call yourself, didn’t see this coming, did you? Karma has a way of catching up with those who try to manipulate the truth and spread lies for their own gain.
I couldn’t help but think back to the time when you celebrated the kidnapping and torture of DI, orchestrated by rogue policemen sent by your sponsors.
It’s clear that you have been dancing with deceit and playing with fire, but remember that fire can burn even the most cunning manipulators.
Now, as investigations into the planned Maandamano unfold, I can assure you that there will be more surprises in store. Your propaganda machinery might be good at creating illusions, but truth and justice have a way of surfacing eventually.
It’s time to reflect on your actions and take responsibility for the harm you’ve caused. Spreading misinformation and sowing discord in society does nothing but breed chaos and division.
It’s time to break free from the chains of propaganda and embrace honesty and integrity. So, Pauline Njoroge, be prepared for what’s to come. Your actions have consequences, and karma is not to be taken lightly.
It’s time to reassess your role as a blogger and consider the impact your words have on others and society as a whole.
I hope you use this opportunity to grow and learn from your mistakes. Embrace the power of truth and use your platform responsibly to foster unity and understanding rather than division and hatred.