Kenyans of various backgrounds have been having a good time this holiday season, with many preferring to visit their families in the countryside. The majority of politicians have joined their families in celebrating Christmas together, so they haven't been left out of the festivities.
Aisha Jumwa, a cabinet secretary for President William Ruto, was seen on tape having fun at her parents' house. The Public Service and Gender Cabinet Secretary may be seen trying to move her waist while dancing to the sluggish "Taarab" song.
She grew up listening to "Taarab" music, which is the primary kind of music listened to by natives in the Coast region of Kenya because she was raised there. Food is being prepared in the traditional "Jikos" manner on the side while the vocal CS dances.
Women in the Coast region are still deeply steeped in their cultural traditions, which explains why Aisha Jumwa, a Cabinet Secretary, is frequently spotted preparing food in the regional style. Kenyans, even politicians, have taken time off from their demanding occupations during this Christmas season to celebrate with their family.Below are some reactions from Social media;
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