Nairobi woman explains why she rushed to take a photo with Sakaja
As various ‘dignitaries’ were being called to pose for a photo with Governor Johnson Sakaja at Uhuru Park on Friday, December 9, 2022, Ivy Wamboi could not hide her joy as she waited eagerly to take a photo with the dimpled politician.
When she got a chance, Ms Wamboi grabbed it as she rushed to get a snap taken of her with the governor.
She astonished everyone, speaking to Nairobi News reporter Winnie Onyando, Wamboi said that Sakaja has been a mentor in her life and that is why she decided to do what she did.
“One of the reasons why I rushed to take a photo with the governor is because he has been a mentor in my life. I love his initiative and plans for the youths in this city,” said Wamboi.
On the other hand, Wamboi said that Sakaja has created an environment that is inclusive, especially among the youth.
“He has really created an environment where we as youths can explore and succeed and for this reason I call upon the youths not to be left out,” noted Wamboi.
The 28-year-old lady said that she loves environmental conservation initiatives and that is why she supports Sakaja’s government.
“Planting trees and creating a green environment is a great initiative. I know that through tree planting, we are able to deal with the food insecurity issue in the country,” said Wamboi.
Talking about how she knew Sakaja, Wamboi said that they interacted when Sakaja was a senator.
She also said that Sakaja was the Chairman of the Kenya Youth Parliamentary Association when she was in the United State University five years ago.
Currently, Wamboi is the Director of Youth for Kenya Agribusiness.
“I look forward to thriving in Sakaja’s government especially in the environmental space-making Nairobi a green city,” noted Wamboi.
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