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Ex-Othaya MP Mary Wambui Secretely Moves To Retired President Kibaki’s State Home



Controversy mired former Othaya MP Mary Wambui has reported to have moved in with the Retired PNU leader and President Mwai Kibaki at his sh400 million retirement home that the former head of State was awarded by the government.

Retired President Mwai Kibaki’s State Home in Nyeri Photo|WEB

Mary Wambui, who was recently appointed by Jubilee to head the National Employment Authority, the appointment has since been revoked after Jubilee’s Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja filed a petition, has moved to Kibaki’s palacial state residence in Mweiga in Nyeri county since her controversial appointment flopped.

Mary Wambui and Rtd President Kibaki Photo|NMG

From the few details available about the elegant house along the Nyeri-Nyahururu road, Red-tiles roofed mini State House is detailed with a helipad, 24/7 presidential security details and State of the art surveillance systems.

Kibaki and his late first lady Lucy Kibaki were swirled into a controversy saw NMG publish and expose of the secret links between Kibaki and the then Nairobi based Othaya MP Mary Wambui, after the Nation media camera man was forced to delete the video of Lucy Kibaki slaping and MP that introduced her as Lucy Wambui instead of Lucy Kibaki.


Due to the tight security measures in and around the State owned home, our investigative sources did not succeed on attempts to get out pictures.

Kenya Insights is following the story and more details will be revealed in as Updates…



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