Powerful women have as well not shied away from being in polygamous marriages just like the rest of Kenyans. It's legal to be a second wife as well a third one owing president Uhuru Kenyatta signed a polygamous bill way back in 2014 a law that has really helped most marriages.
Sabina Chege is the Muranga women representative and is married as a second wife to the former Kenya dairy board boss Gathitu Maina. It's a marriage that has been blessed with one child though Sabina Chege is known to have three children, only her daughter in the public limelight.
Sabina Chege and Gathitu Maina have been happy together and this has been seen in how they relate publicly. It's a family that has really moved strides as its focused on positive issues in life and has never dwelled on negativities.
Cate Waruguru is the Laikipia women representative and a woman who has accepted to be a second wife without regrets. She was once denied entry to Sunshine hotel in Kericho together with her husband William Kigen for failing to produce a marriage certificate.
Cate has however moved on with her husband and together have been blessed with children. It's really an happy marriage as Waruguru and her co-wife have coexisted together.
Margeret Kamar is the Uasin Gishu senator as well the deputy speaker in the Senate. She is the wife to the late Nichols Biwott. Much details about her and Biwott remain scanty and completely off public radar
Margaret however during the burial of Nicholas Biwott confirmed to have been married by Biwott as a second wife and thanked first wife Annie for taking care of Biwott during his young age.
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