Samburu West MP, Naisula Lesuuda will soon walk down the aisle after she said ‘Yes’ to the love of her life.
”… I thank God for the growth that I have experienced both politically and in my personal life. Yesterday, marked an important day in my life… I said YES. Blessings in double portions,” she wrote on her social media.
The former nominated senator, recounted events 2017 that led to her winning the MP seat in a Jubilee stronghold on a KANU ticket.
”Here’s to New beginnings. When we made a decision to not only run for Member of the National Assembly for Samburu West but also on a KANU ticket, we knew that it was not going to be an easy task. However, with your support and prayers, we made it against many odds.
“A lot was said about our candidature and even our chances to clinch the seat. You the people of Samburu West believed and together, we made it happen. Thank you.
“I pray that 2018 will open a new chapter to all of us. We will all work together for the common good of our people endeavoring to implement my Campaign pledges. Education remains my number one priority. Research has shown that where you invest in education, you invest in the entire community. It is in this regard that I am putting all efforts to personally meet the school fees of the needy students who did well in Standard 8 and have no means to go to high school as we await CDF allocations from treasury.
Ms Lesuuda was at one point said to be dating Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Murkomen.
“I fell in love with you, I don’t know how, I don’t know where but I did,” the senate majority leader said.
Also starting the year on the right foot is Grace Msalame who also got engaged on 1 January, 2018.
”Here’s hoping you ushered in the new year with those you Love❤️ Happy & Blessed 2018 to you all🙌🏾,” Ms Msalame said on Instagram
Grace has been in the public eye from her days on KTN’s Straight Up and most recently after her baby daddy got married.