Kabogo's Wife Does This Romantic Thing on His 60th Birthday
By Bukowski | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 7011 views
The former Gorvener for Kiambu county, William Kabogo turns sixty years old today. His wife, Philomena Kabogo, made sure that the former gorvener felt like a king on his special day. They have set the internet on fire with their latest stunt which is just sweet to say the least.
Philomena took to Facebook to show his affection for the flamboyant politician by posting him with her. She captioned that, "Life has blessed me with more than I could ever ask for. Thank you for being that gift my love."
Kabogo and Philomena. Picture courtesy.
Kabogo went on to reply that she was an amazing woman. This kind of display of feelings is rarely seen from prominent people and it was cute to see these two reply to each other's posts.
The two have been married for 35 years and they are blessed with two children who are rarely seen on camera. Alvin and Andrew Kabogo are the sons of Kabogo and Philomena.
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