Sabina Chege is one of the finest Kenyan female politicians in the National Assembly. She is also among the ruling Jubilee Coalition party of Kenya politicians who have remained loyal to the retiring incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta. Hon Sabina Chege is as well the Woman Representative for Murang'a County in the vote rich Mt Kenya Region and has vowed to support the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga's presidential bid in the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year.
Hon Sabina Chege has broken her silence as she spilled the beans revealing who hosted her for dinner tonight. According to Hon Sabina Chege, she said that she was greatful for the warm reception and dinner that she was given by Siaya County Senator James Aggrey Orengo and his wife. Hon Sabina Chege is expected to vie for the Murang'a County gubernatorial seat but is yet to officially declare her bid.
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