Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s daughter Saumu Mbuvi like Betty Bayo and Akothee before her has become quite the relationship expert the past few months.
The mother of two has been sharing a lot of advise the past few weeks and her most recent nugget regards how women should set standards.
Using her Instagram platform, the chocolate-skinned lady warned young girls to stop risking their lives, in the name of setting standards.
She said that girls shouldn’t risk their dignity and character all in the name of proving themselves to people that don’t even care about them or what they do.
“Dear girls of these generations. Stop putting your life, dignity and character on the line in the name of setting standards …just to prove a point to people like us who don’t even care … be wise girls … live a life you and your children’s children would be proud of you owe yourself a better future. Being a bad b*tch is not an achievement at all… let it sink in,” said Saumu Mbuvi.
Saumu’s message is in the same vein as one she wrote for her two young daughters, telling them that there is a lot more to life than just attention from men.
These recent messages reinforce my hunch that something has been (has happened) between Saumu and her second baby daddy, Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip.
But maybe I am just reading too much into it.