Did Murathe's Son Wash Hands Using An Expensive Champagne On His Birthday?
By HawkBlog | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 5 views
One of the most powerful Jubilee Party political figures David Murathe's son, Davidson Wakairu, caused an online uproar after his photos washing his hands with a lucrative wine champagne emerged on social media, in company of his best and close friends.
Murathe's son, Davidson who is also known as Bragga is believed to be living a lavish life which he always parades on social media was celebrating his birthday where a photo of him washing his hands was captured and posted on Facebook.
David Murathe is currently the Jubilee Party vice chairman and is believed to have a very close friendship with president Uhuru Kenyatta who is his boss as the Jubilee Party Chairperson. Their friendship is evidently seen in Jubilee Party matters as well as outside the party.
He is well known for his bare knuckle and fearless approach on the matters affecting Jubilee party and the nation, and is expected to play a vital role in the forthcoming 2022 polls.
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