Being born into a Kenyan political home has to have its own share of struggles, one is expected to maintain a clean image as the public is always on the look-out. Despite some politicians loving and living a quiet life, some of their children are complete opposites. Few are known, the likes of Raila junior and Alvine Kabogo mingle freely with their peers, take a look at some top politicians’ kids.
Saumu is Mike Sonko’s firstborn and just like the dad controversy seems to follow her. She was once dating an aspiring politician Ben Gatu before breaking up, the two sired a baby girl but parted ways later. Saumu is now rumoured to be dating Senator Anwar Loitiptip.
Alvin is the son of former Kiambu governor Kabogo. Kabogo Junior as he calls himself loves to party and travel, his is life on the first lane. The youngster was once spotted partying the night away with Talisa Moi the grand-daughter of former president Moi.
Raila Junior, unlike his father, hasn’t immersed himself too much into politics. During a recent interview, the businessman talked about how he struggled to get a child at first with his wife Yvonne Wambui.
Sandra is also Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko’s daughter, the last born. The Sonkolette is her mother’s true copy.
The actress is flying the Kenyan flag high all the way in Hollywood. Lupita started her acting career back home before having a breakthrough after appearing in the award-winning movie 12 years a slave. She continues to wow many with her exceptional acting skills.
Peter, Lupita’s younger brother has had his own share of controversies. Many have questioned his sexual preferences after pictures of him wearing a red thong, red lipstick and heels broke the internet.
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