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Jaguar declines to donate his salary to combat the virus

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Starehe Member of Parliament Hon. Charles Njagua alias Jaguar has declined to donate his salary.

In a statement, the MP said he has refused to undertake PR stunts and give away his salary to bureaucrats.

He continued by saying that he will directly share it with people of his constituency.

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Jaguar was speaking after he bought water tanks, food and other basic needs for his people.

“I represent Starehe. Everything I do as an MP is for the benefit of my constituents.

I will not do things for PR like giving my salary to bureaucrats.

I will give it directly to the people who elected me. I have bought water tanks & food for the poor. I will do more.”

His remarks barely two days after his counterpart Hon. Babu Owino donated 50% of his salary to combat coronavirus.

In a letter to the National Assembly Speaker, Hon. Babu Owino called for a swift implementation of his request.

He said the paycut will be channeled to the people of Embakasi East where he serves.

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