Mary Wanunu is an attractive Kenyan policewoman who has a huge following on social media. In a recent interview with Jeff Kuria, the prison-based detective talked openly about becoming pregnant in high school for her musician ex-husband.
She described how their relationship progressed from the beginning of her school years to being pregnant with him and the domestic abuse that followed once they moved in together.
In 2010, according to Mary, their conversations were pretty innocent up until the point when she almost finished form four.
Her mother asked her what was going on after noting changes in her, and Mary informed her that she was pregnant. They confronted me during the family meeting after calling it. They insisted on meeting him to prove he was the cause of the pregnancy.
Family conflicts resulted from her being underage, the fact that she had to miss school, and their aspirations for her. Mary later moved in with her husband. After she gave birth to her child, her husband became violent and irresponsible. Mary left her marriage a few months later.
Mary later joined the police department where she trained as a prison warden. Apart from being a mother, Mary is also a video vixen, a good cook, an influencer, and a business lady.
As we usher in the new year, Mary wrote a nice note to her Facebook page. The picture she posted on her Facebook page showed that she was in her line of duty. "Navukisha mwaka in style." She wrote. Due to the many fireworks in the air, Mary wrote that it was very early for people to start celebrating.
She also wrote that people should not shout and scream so much because they could her feel bad.
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