Ababu was born on 23rd December 1975 in Jinja, Uganda but his family relocated to Kenya due to Idi Amin’s reign of terror. The terror and government of Idi Amin gave them sleepless nights. He recounts that life was not easy.
Upon landing in Kenya he secured a place and called it home. He is last born in a family of 8 children. He worked hard and strive hard to make ends meet.
The rise of him started when he completed his secondary education and joined university of Nairobi. He studied law and was elected the chairperson of the association. That is when he rose to the limelight and became famous.
He managed to meet former secretary general of United Nations, Koffi Anan. Since then his has changed since then and he rose to the front seat of life.
He established a law firm which in its first case represented a Pakistani national who was charged of terrorism where he won the case.
He championed for allowing children with HIV and Aids to be accepted in public schools. From then he has served as Budalangi member of parliament.
He is now a wealthy person considering the number of assets he owns. He has mansion in the shows of lake Victoria. Its situated in a serene environment.
He has also a very good mansion in his Karen residence. He boasts of a beautiful and wonderful environment.
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