Council of governors chairperson Anne Mumbi Waiguru is seemingly having some nice quality times along the serene beaches of the coastal city of Mombasa if photos she has shared online are to go by.
Taking a break from her busy official schedule to rejuvenate and have some quality time with her family, Waiguru and her husband chose the coastal city of Mombasa for that mission.
According to the photos in this article, waiguru's beautiful family appears to be just from a fishing expedition which is clearly successful going by the catch they came back with along the shoes.
In her message, she confirms that they caught a number of fish: a fin tuna species of fish, two dolphins and a wahoo fish. She took the opportunity to wish kenyans a merry Christmas.
"Look what we caught for Christmas dinner! Yellow fin tuna; 2 dolphin dorados and wahoo fish. (I had never heard of some of these fish before). Enjoying family time at the Kenyan Coast. Merry Christmas from our family to yours," she wrote on social media.
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