Isaac Mwaura is one of the famous politicians in Kenya. He is amongst the politicians who are strongly Supporting the Vice president, William Samoei Ruto.He is the former nominated Senator in the Kenya Senate representing people with disabilities.
Today on Radio Jambo with Bramwel Mwololo,Brian Week and other politicians,Isaac Mwaura came clearly on the amount of money the president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta,and the former prime minister Raila Odinga contributed to his wedding. Isaac said that Uhuru gave him 200,000 Kenya shillings,while Raia gave him 100,000 Kenya shillings. Mwaura added that, people should stop mentioning his family matters in politics.
Indeed, logically it's not good to involve somebody's famiy anywhere,be it politics or any other platform. Someone's family issues should be far apart from public. Please share your comment on this and don't forget to follow me for the latest updates especially society and breaking news in Kenya and outside the country.
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