Photo; the late Zinab Chidzagu
Former Kwale Woman Representative Zainab Chidzuga was announced dead August 12, after allegedly treatment at the Nairobi Hospital. Zainnab's death left Kenyan's in shock it wasn’t immediately clear what the former lawmaker was ailing from.
A month after her demise, her family has been rocked with drama as her relatives has rejected her brother to back another candidate.
Seen in a report shared by The Star Kenya, the family of Zainnab has backed and endorsed another candidate by the name, Mwanaisha rejecting Zainnab's brother, Hassan Chidzuga alleging he was not the best candidate.
"UPDATE: Family of Late Zainab Chidzuga endorses Media Personality Mwanaisha Chidzuga for Matuga parliamentary seat, her brother Hassan Chidzuga has also declared an interest..." The Star posted on Facebook.
This is quite uncommon in Kenya's politics given that most families would always call for retainment of the political figures in the family as show of gratitude for the departed politicians.
Drop a comment, do you thing her family is wrong for rejecting their own?
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