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Sonko's Daughter Saumu Reveals She's In A New Relationship Months After Breaking Up With Hon. Anwar

Saumu Mbuvi, the eldest daughter to former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has already found a new bae whom she is planning to get married to in the future.

Photo: Saumu Mbuvi

News of them being in a relationship was disclosed via a Q&A session that she recently had with her followers on her insta stories.

When one of the fans took the chance to inquire if she was looking forward to getting married in the future, her response was;-

" Of course yes I even know whom it will be already".

Even though she never revealed more details about the person that she is currently dating, the big disclosure comes just months after she ended things with Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip.

Their highly publicized break-up took place in February 2021, and at the time the sassy mother of two accused the legislator of being violent towards her.

Photos: Saumu Mbuvi and her ex-lover Senator Anwar Loitiptip

The former lovebirds had dated for about 2 years from 2019 to 2021, and even birthed their first child together in 2020.

Saumu Mbuvi's disclosure also comes months after she admitted that she struggles to stay single, and that she always rushes into a new relationship after a break-up.

This was in a March interview by Radio Jambo's Massawe Japanni, where she talked about her break-up with Anwar Loitiptip and she said;-

" Problem yangu, I have always been scared of being single na nilikuwa na haraka ya kuingia kwa relationship at a time I did not heal from previous relationship".

Prior to dating the senator, Saumu Mbuvi was also in a relationship with businessman Ben Gatu awhile back, and this led to the birth of another child.

Photo: Saumu Mbuvi and her ex-lover Ben Gatu

However they also broke up after the sassy queen accused the guy of using her for political mileage.

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