Eve was touring her rural village in Murang'a county. She was very excited as she embraced her mother. She described her as a queen who had struggled to bring her up.
This is the first she is sharing her photos on the internet. Over the years she has managed to keep her family matters private. It is only recently that she has decided to open up.
Mungai was interviewed a few days ago by Celestine Ndinda. She answered many questions regarding her childhood and early life.
She disclosed that she had spent most of her early years upcountry. In fact she only came to Nairobi for tertiary education.
She also explained about hardship she experienced while growing up. These challenges made her develop a strong character when facing difficulties in life.
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