Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company Director and aspiring politician, Karen Nyamu, has elicited reactions from her fans once more after she shared a photo of her and her boss, Madam Beryl Odinga, whom they work together at the city water parastatal.
It is quite rare to see the sister to the former premier Raila Odinga accept to take a photo in such a casual attire as she oftenly has been captured clad in official of well done smart casual wear, going to show how Karen may have sweet talked her into the photo gig.
Taking to her instagram page, Karen Nyamu uploaded a photo of her warmly hugging Beryl Odinga as the two sat on a wooden bench setup evidently resting after a long rigorous day of an activity as they enjoyed the open air breeze.
Below is the post by Karen Nyamu and the caption she acompained it with that has since caused quite a stir online with some kenyans cheering her up while some urged her to kindly wear a mask as she could be exposing her and the former premier's sister to the deadly coronavirus;
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