During this season of celebration, Kenyans of all socioeconomic strata have been making the most of their time off, with many opting to go to the countryside in order to spend time with members of their families. The majority of politicians have joined their families in enjoying Christmas together, proving that they have not been left out of the holiday festivities.
Aisha Jumwa, who serves as one of President William Ruto's Cabinet Secretaries, was seen on camera appearing to have a good time in the house that she still shares with her family. The Secretary of the Cabinet for Public Service and Gender can be seen dancing to a slow version of the song "Taarab" while attempting to move her waist.
She was obviously raised listening to "Taarab" music, which is the predominant style of music listened to by locals in the Coast region of Kenya. This is because she was brought up in the Coastal sides of Kenya. During the time while the singing CS is dancing, the local method of preparing food utilizing the traditional "Jikos" is taking place on the sideways.
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