Drama unfolded at Kawira Mwangaza’s rally after a section of the crowd demanded to know the whereabouts of Murega’s children.
The confident Meru Woman Representative, best known for her public lessons, had just opportunity to anyone with a question from the crowd, offering to give him the microphone and thereafter respond accordingly.
However, in a turn of events, Kawira was met with chants from the crowd, who were persistently asking her to comment on the issue of Murega’s children sired with his first wife Sabina.
Rattled by the persistent question, Kawira hurriedly finalized the meeting in efforts to avoid more embarrassing scenes.
“My people, we have to end the meeting because I am going to another function in Makutano. I am urging you to come out in large numbers on August 9 to vote for me.” said Kawira.
Kawira Mwangaza is a parliamentarian with a messy story behind her marriage. She married Robert Murega Rimberia commonly known as Murega Baichu in May 2018.
In an August 2019 interview, Murega narrated how his guitar skills attracted Kawira to him and culminated in marriage.
The duo has severally found themselves on the wrong side, mainly due to the neglect highlighted by Murega’s children, sired with Sabina his first wife.
The issue was brought to the limelight by Murega’s firstborn daughter Jane, who spoke to reporters, highlighting that her education was at risk since her mother could not afford college fees.
“I have applied for my college and university and my dream is to pursue a KMTC diploma. I might get admitted but I am not sure that my mother will be able to pay for the course,” she stated.
Jane added that their father cut links with his first family in 2015. Her current abode is Tigania Catholic Parish where she lives with her mother and two siblings.
“Charity begins at home. As Murega plays the guitar in Kawira’s Okolea projects, he needs to remember his flesh and blood. His own children are far worse off than the ones he is assisting in the Okolea rallies.” Sabina says.
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