Controversial woman politician, Karen Nyamu, has sent a message to the newly appointed Prime Cabinet Secretary, Musalia Mudavadi. This came moments after President William Ruto declared Mudavadi as the prime cabinet secretary prone to vetting by the national assembly.
Taking into accounts of her social media accounts, Facebook page, the former Nairobi Senatorial aspirant has described the Amani National Congress party leader as a 'game changer'.
Nyamu who is a close ally to president William Ruto, has further termed the Prime Cabinet Secretary as the 'Luhya Kingpin' and the 'earthquake'.
The city politician has praised the former Vice President as she has seen him as a game changer since he joined Kenya kwanza before the polls. The message of Karen Nyamu to Musalia Mudavadi has sparked some mixed reactions from Kenyans.
Nyamu is commonly known of her behavior of snatching men from other women and making them hers. Will Mudavadi evade? See some mixed reactions from Kenyans below.https://www.facebook.com/100044298075807/posts/pfbid0NMnyLHEaAUCgXmcphjUxjnXM2kS94LPL1UAr3zZW5WnAV9jhyaSodhRvcR43cRDkl/?app=fbl
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