Kenyan aspiring politician, Karen Nyamu have elicited mixed reactions on social media after sharing a post about her son. The mother of two shared a video on her Instagram platform talking about how she failed to prepare breakfast for her son after she overslept. Karen has been on the limelight for sometime now. This is ever since she started dating Kikuyu artist, Samidoh. Well, just a few minutes ago the lawyer shared a post about her son which afterwards elicited mixed reactions from her followers.
Karen Nyamu shared a fifteen second video on her Instagram stories. On the video shared, Karen's son was seen crying. The mother of two added a caption stating that she failed to wake up on time to prepare early breakfast for her son. Nyamu revealed that this was the reason why her son was crying: He was hungry. Well, this post caused controversy as netizens reacted on the comment section.
Netizens shared their thoughts on the comment section stating that Karen should even set an alarm for her to be able to wake up on time since children need proper care. Here is the full post.
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