Mama Mradi! Kitale musician confesses love for Millicent Omanga
A man has publicly confessed his admiration and love for former nominated senator Ms Millicent Omanga.
Mr Tobias Wafula, who says he works for the Trans Nzoia County government as a pharmacist, adds he has travelled to Nairobi, some 400km away to seek for the politician’s audience.
Spotted around the Kenya National Archives environs, the man, who says he’s 30, professed his endless love for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party allied politician.
Holding a placard calling on Omanga to reach out to him, the father of two says Omanga is his crush.
“HON: MILLICENT OMANGA!! MILLICENT OMANGA!!! My Crush!!! My Crush!!! My perfect Match” reads part of the poster by Wafula.
Known for exposing her lavish lifestyle online and, Ms Omanga is arguably one of the most admired female politicians.
To Wafula, insinuating that he does not have money, he says he can manage to maintain the lifestyle of Omanga, who was recently shortlisted as candidate for the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) position.
“Wewe ni password ya roho yangu. Sina doh lakini naeza ku-maintan. Ulizia sifa zangu??? Hakuna foreman wa mjengo hanijui hii NAIROBI,” further reads the placard.
When reached by Nairobi News, Wafula, however, gave a turn of event alleging that he is an upcoming artist seeking publicity stunt.
He revealed that he is a comedian and a musician, and his approach to ‘attract’ the former Nairobi Woman Representative aspirant in last year’s general elections would promote his art.
“I am an artist and there are so many ladies I should have approached, but since Millicent Omanga is a public figure and relates well with people, seeking her attention would do better to my talent,” Wafula stated.
So far he has composed 10 songs, regretting that since he went public Ms Omanga has not responded.
Through the now viral photo holding a placard, he provided his contact expressing his great urge to meet the politician “at the door step of the next senate meeting”.
He has since not made any effort to visit the senate assembly.
“I may not know if she will take me seriously, nevertheless, I just wanted to write something that will draw people’s attention as an artist…I am just like her son,” Wafula explained during the interview, noting that he lacks resources to record and shoot his songs.
Online sites have turned a platform for a sect of internet users seeking attention from politicians and popular people.
Last year, a woman went public declaring her love for Mumias East MP, Peter Salasya.
The youthful lawmaker, eventually met the lady though to-date it remains privy what transpired thereafter.
Ms Omanga is happily married with children.