If you frequently visit social media pages, you must have come across Karen Nyamu at some point. She is a social media influencer and a politician who is well grounded to be distracted by naysayers. The beautiful lady is headstrong and no matter the circumstances he always stands still. She is among Kenyan politicians who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination.
Some hours ago Nairobi news on their Facebook official page posted an artical with a heading which didn't please Karen Nyamu at all. According to them they wrote that Karen Nyamu had said that Mike Sonko’s wife had approached her asking about Karen's Affair with her husband. According to Karen This seemed to be not true and Karen replied asking them which affair it is they are talking about. She continued and dared them to delete it or else they will regret calling them dogs.
“Maumbwa nyinyi mmenizoea, Which affair? If you don't delete this misleading heading now! You will regret.
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