It is reported that the nonchalant women representative stole the heart of Gathitu Maina, the former Kenya Dairy Board boss after the 2017 general election that guaranteed her a second term in office.
However, the wife of Gathitu Maina became worried that as the wheels of time continue to turn, Sabina might end up taking all the family property.
The Murang'a women representative entered a marital set-up with Chege following an all-white magnificent wedding that was marked by glam and beauty. The wedding took place on September 7, 1996, at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church which is nestled in Nairobi's South B area.
Placing our argument on the same footing as that of Sabina's family, Sabina and the former Dairy board boss weaved together a traditional ceremony that instantly made her the official wife to Gathitu Maina.
Proving to be focused and aligned in Sabina's ultimate life goals, Mr. Maina joined her in the office of the Murang’a Returning Officer as Sabina was bestowed with her certificate.
The former chair to the National Assembly Education Committee also told her supporters that Maina was her husband. Her statement, in a way, was tailored to reflect that the new couple shared a collection of goals that allow them to travel naturally in the same direction together.
Their union has been blessed with one child and the abyss of love realized within their marriage have made Maina spend more time with Sabina, literally pushing his first wife to romantic cold.
Notably, before embracing the political journey, Sabina made a name for herself when she theatrically played the role of Rehema in the drama series of Tausi.
Before framing a relationship with Maina, the Muranga women representative had hooked up to the late Kikuyu Benga musician John De’Mathew.
In a melding of love, the Benga star serenaded her in one of his hit songs, and surprisingly, the song featured the screen siren wiggling her willowy body.
It is reported that Sabina met Maina in the run-up to the 2013 General Election.
“Sabina is legally married to him and it was an auspicious occasion. Of course, when you marry a second wife, you don’t expect the first wife to be happy. The first wife can’t also be invited to the traditional wedding of the second wife. Maina wasn’t happy in his marriage and he got a second wife. It is allowed in African culture and there is nothing wrong with that,” sources were quoted saying.
The member of parliament is an alumnus of Mugoiri Girls and the University of Nairobi from where she graduated with a degree in Education.
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