by Martin Oduor
Only a handful of Kenyan politicians have married beautiful wives who can spark chitchats on social media thanks to their look.
The likes of Babu Owino, Alfred Mutua, Ababu Namwamba, Steve Mbogo etc have a taste for eye candies. These politicians married slay queens whose beauty is a fodder for Team Mafisi to ponder.
Below is the list of 6 politicians’ wives who ‘can get’ any day:
Fridah Muthoni Ongili
Her tibimness Fridah Ongili is the wife of controversial Embakasi East MP Babu Owino. The mother of one loves to show off her beauty in titillating photos that are usually posted on IG.
She’s the only First Lady who makes mafisi drool like crazy. Lillian is the wife of Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua. Have you seen her photos on Instagram, take a look below:
Nelius is the wife of nominated senator Isaac Mwaura. Her charming beauty is the reason why she got so many followers from the very day Isaac Mwaura introduced her as his sweetheart.
Priscah is the wife of former Budalang’I MP Ababu Namwamba. Nasa supporters hate her husband for betraying Baba but they won’t stop ‘stalking’ Priscah on social media.
There is no doubt Sabrina is the most beautiful of politicians’ wives in Kenya. Sabrina is the wife of Starehe Constituency parliamentary aspirant Steve Mbogo.
The eye candy is also the sister of Jamal Gaddafi – former Straight Up presenter. Sabrina is a mother of two but you can’t tell she is someone’s mother just by looking at her photos.
They say that no human is perfect but Sabrina’s imperfection is definitely not with her beauty. She’s a 10/10 hottie.
Faith Makau aka Amber Ray
There is no telling whether Amber Ray is a socialite or not, her activities on social media mirror everything Vera Sidika and Huddah Monroe do.
Amber Ray is the wife of prominent Kisii politician Zaheer Jhanda. The 26 year old socialite is the ultimate slay queen. Talk of twerking, flaunting her wondrous curves and showing too much skin, Amber Ray does it all.
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