President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the polygamous bill in 2014 to give leeway as well provide legal guidance to people who were in polygamous marriages. It's something that was highly hailed and appreciated owing it led to stable marriages.
Powerful personalities have as well not been left behind to embrace the new law although some were already in polygamous marriages way before the new law. Among those proud of polygamy is Philomena Mwilu.
Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu
Mwilu is the acting chief justice of the supreme court of Kenya a position she occupied after the retirement of justice David Maraga. She is powerful owing to this position but as well she is a family woman. She is married to Amos Wako the Busia senator and although the two do not have their own biological children together, they both had children before they met. They have lived happily and harmoniously as one strong family and polygamy has not hindered them from achieving their goals in life.
Muranga Women Representative Sabina Chege
Sabina Chege is the Muranga women representative and one strong supporter of president Uhuru Kenyatta. She is as well a big critic of the deputy president William Ruto.
Sabina Chege is also a mother of three children as well a woman in polygamous marriage. She is married as a second wife to Gathitu Maina former Kenya dairy board chairman and the two have coexisted together peacefully and without any trouble. She respects her husband as well her co-wife despite her being powerful, a reason the family has remained strong and focused on goals rather than issues that would pull them down.
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