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What a father! Governor Sakaja shows up with his kids for the swearing-in ceremony

Nairobi County governor-elect Johnson Sakaja on Thursday, August 24, 2022, turned up with his children during his swearing-in ceremony that was held at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC).

The photo of the politician striding into the venue with his children has since gone viral.

Mr Sakaja who is the outgoing Nairobi County Senator was accompanied by his two sons and daughter.

This is not the first time the politician is seen in public with his children.

During his speech, he said, “My daughter is just like my mum, she likes dancing and playing with the president-elect Willam Ruto.”

On August 9, 2022, during the General Election, Mr Sakaja went to vote at State House Girls Secondary School while accompanied by one of his sons.

Also, during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Governor released a coronavirus awareness rap song in collaboration with his two sons.

In May 2020, the political leader posted on Instagram a lovely photo of his daughter with a cake while they were celebrating her birthday.

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He wished his daughter joy and happiness in her life as she grows as he said that she should be like her mother.

“Join me in wishing my beautiful daughter, my mother reincarnated the joy of my life, my angel Baby Emily a happy first birthday. She will read this one day soon Happy birthday mum,” he posted on his official Instagram account.

Mr Sakaja arrived at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) at 10:30 am ahead of the swearing-in ceremony that was also attended by President-Elect William Ruto.

Also read: List of issues awaiting governor-elect Johnston Sakaja after the swearing-in ceremony

He then posed for photos before walking down a red carpet as he waved to members of the public who attended the function.

Mr Sakaja won the Nairobi Governor Seat after he garnered 699,392 votes against Mr Polycarp Igathe who garnered 573,518 votes.

Mr Sakaja is a member of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) while Mr Igathe contested on a Jubilee Party ticket.

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