When one is seeking to understand how far the female politicians have come from, three key and influential politicians; Sabina Wanjiru Chege and Esther Muthoni Passaris are always in the radar since they have been playing an active role in county and national politics in the country.
However, little or no information on their childhood is narrated, but the good thing is that their childhood photos have emerged from their social media platforms, which tell a deep and detailed information on how they looked like when they were young as well as what they did.
The following are their throw back photos.
1. Sabina Wanjiru Chege.
She is currently the Muranga County Woman Representative, and have been one of the most vocal politicians in the county as well as in the national politics.
2. Esther Muthoni Passaris.
She is the second and current Nairobi County Woman Representative, and a very vocal politician, both in the he Nairobi County politics as well as in the national politics.
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