Meet Mwai Kibaki Jnr, The Handsome Young Man Kenyan Women Can’t Stop Talking About (PHOTOS)

Forget Sean Andrew! There’s another offspring of Kibaki’s lineage that’s causing tremors online. His name is Mwai Kibaki Jnr, a brother to the famous Sean Andrew.

Mwai Kibaki Jnr is not a household name like Andrew. He likes to keep away from the limelight. He is calm and collected. Unlike Sean who is a model and always grabs headlines day in day out, Kibaki Jnr is a biker and when he is not hanging out with his family, he is busy racing.

He is a close friend to Mukhisa Kituyi’s son. The rich kid is also known for his sense of fashion and love for cars.

The handsome lad is driving women crazy and his social media accounts are filled with sweet compliments from women.

Well, for those who know Mwai Kibaki Jnr, the one who was named after his grandfather, the third president of Kenya, here are his photos.


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The Rich And Famous! Top 10 Kenyan Celebrities And Public Figures With The Most Flamboyant Houses

When you see these houses, you will realize that Kenya is not a poor country.

And yes, it is true that fame comes with money. I’m not talking about deadbeat celebrities who get caught up with petty areas over refusing to pay rent in their posh houses, I’m talking about celebrities and personalities who own their own homes.

I will let their flashy houses tell the story. Check out top celebrity houses in Kenya;

1. Akothee

Call her madam boss or the Benefactor hit maker. She is indeed filthy rich and even with fans speculating where she got all that wealth, it is true that Akothee owns most of the posh houses in Kenya. She has several houses after building another house in Nairobi from Mombasa where she used to live. But do I say!

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2.Mike Sonko

Let alone his Mua Hills mansion that left many jaws dropping over the flamboyant mansion. Mike Sonko’s house in Mombasa is one that even some of his fellow politicians cannot afford. He is stinking rich and his house shows how wealthy this politician is.


3.Allan And Kathy Kiuna

They are probably the most wealthiest pastors in Kenya. The two who run the Jubilee Christian Church have one of the most flashy houses in the country. The couple have received condemnation for living a flashy life. But that doesn’t faze them. Check out their not-so-humble abode.


4.Vera Sidika

Never mind her big derriere that gets her all the attention and did I mention her bleaching or as she likes to call it, skin lightening. Man, Vera loves the limelight and the limelight loves her. From her days of being a video vixen in the music video, You Guy, she has re-invented her brand. With the re-invention comes the money that has seen her invest in a posh house, in a leafy suburb.


5.Mwai Kibaki

Kenya’s former president Mwai Kibaki owns a Ksh 500 million. That is what was spent to build the house. Whoever said more money more problems has not enjoyed the idyllic and calming view from this grandiose piece of real estate. The thing is, he refused to occupy the house once it was complete.


6.Anne Waiguru

She needs no introduction! The former devolution CS lives in Kihigo estate, Kitsuru and is one female politician that we surely can say lives a luxurious life.

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7.William Ruto

Deputy president has had a rags to riches history, from living in a mud house in the village to getting a presidential house worth Ksh 450 million. The deputy President has two residences in Karen and Eldoret.

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8.Raphael Tuju

His rich neighbors around his Karen mansion cannot stop talking about how expensive and luxurious his mansion is. The former minister for Information and communication cum minister for tourism and wildlife has embrace life in the best way possible.

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9.Raila Odinga

Less has been told of his personal life but the Former Prime Minister is living large with a house in Karen, another in Bondo not to forget his posh mansion in Mombasa.


10.Aden Duale

Being a majority leader, he need not tell you he has a flamboyant house, right? Check out his house;


#RIPMamaLucy: The Late Lucy Kibaki’s Body Arrives In Nairobi, State Burial Plans Underway

Her Excellency, Lucy Kibaki’s body arrived today Sunday, May 1, at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi at 5.30 am.

Former President, Mwai Kibaki was among those who arrived with the body, and was received by President Uhuru, Deputy President, William Ruto and other government officials.

A short mass was held at the airport where there was a sombre mood as respects were paid to the late former First Lady. The body was later taken to Lee Funeral Home after the prayer service, and is to remain there until Wednesday, May 4, where a requiem mass will be held at 8 am.

Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe declared three days of national mourning, starting today as flags fly at half-mast in honour of Mama Lucy Kibaki. Uhuru consoled former Head Of State, Mwai Kibaki at JKIA where he was accompanied by First Lady, Margaret Kenyatta.

The former First Lady passed away in London as she was undergoing treatment at Bupa Cromwell Hospital, on April 26, after suffering from age-related complications.

Lucy Kibaki, who died at the age of 82 years, will be buried on Saturday, May 7, in Othaya, Nyeri County. Here are some photos from JKIA.


#RIPMamaLucy: Here Are 7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Late Lucy Kibaki

Former First Lady Lucy Kibaki’s sudden death has shocked many Kenyans across the country. Her demise comes so soon after her recent admission at Nairobi Hospital, although it’s said she had been unwell for about a month.

Her excellency passed away early Tuesday morning while undergoing treatment in the UK at the Bupa Cromwell Hospital in London.

As we celebrate the life she lived, how about we take a look at a few things you may not have known about former President Mwai Kibaki’s late wife.

1. She is a trained teacher
After completing high school, Lucy Kibaki trained as a teacher and succeeded in her career, attaining the position of principal in a teachers’ training college in Kiambu.

2. She was not on any social media platforms
There has been no trace of the former First Lady’s name on social media; she was known to be a very private individual. She never expressed her opinions on social media and the only way to get her view on anything was to listen to her public speeches.


3. She missed the last political events of her husband’s career
Lucy Kibaki failed to attend several political events leading to the end of President Mwai Kibaki’s tenure, including the handing over ceremony in 2013. This was allegedly attributed to the fact that she was not ready to leave State House, which had been her home for years.

4. She was a patron of the Kenya Girl Guides Association
Though many are not aware of this, Lucy Kibaki was a very revered person in the Kenya Girl Guides Association and was one of the few leaders who ensured that the association’s functions ran smoothly.

5. She participated in a lot of charity events
Despite being a no-nonsense woman, the former First Lady always participated in charity work, to support the less fortunate in the community.


6. She was involved in AIDS Awareness Projects
Lucy Kibaki was one of the Kenyan women leaders on the forefront in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa, which is why she was elected Chairperson of the 40 African First Ladies against HIV/AIDS, during Mwai Kibaki’s tenure.

7. She was a controversial woman
Okay, maybe this may not be new to most of us, but Lucy Kibaki was one of the strictest first ladies in East Africa.

She launched verbal, and at times physical, attacks at various journalists and diplomats whenever any negative thing was said or publicized about her. She would easily get offended if she felt that an individual, group or media house did not give her the respect she deserved as the First Lady of Kenya.

Lucy Kibaki To Spend More Days In Hospital After Being Rushed To ICU Last Week

Former President Mwai Kibaki’s wife, Lucy Kibaki will spend more days in hospital after after advice from doctors at Nairobi Hospital after being admitted on Friday, March 11 at 5am.

According to reports, former President Mwai Kibaki’s press secretary Mr Ngare Gituku, said that Mrs Kibaki’s health had improved but doctors recommended she remains at the health facility.

“She is responding well to treatment and the doctors want to conduct a series of tests to ascertain that there is absolutely no issue that would crop up at any given time,” the Nation quoted Mr Gituku.

“As you many know, some tests require 48 hours for results to come out. They (doctors) would like to be with her especially being a weekend so that they can do that properly,” the family spokesman added.

“This is to ensure that every parameter they are interested in is interrogated properly so that when she is released, doctors will have confidence that she is okay,” the source continued.

The former First Lady has been withdrawn from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where she was taken in last week, will reportedly be in hospital for two or three days, though information on her illness remains scanty.

Mrs Kibaki had remained away from the public eye for nearly five years, until Friday when she was reported to have been admitted to hospital in Nairobi.


The Love Lives of Kenya’s Presidents

Kenya’s president’s have had their fair share of love stories. From the first polygamous president to a rather really private one with his love life. Here is a list of our president’s love stories. Seems like Kenya’s first president had the most interesting love story.

4. Jomo Kenyatta
The late Jomo Kenyatta was the first president of the republic of Kenya. He was a polygamous man and he had four wives. He married his first wife Grace Wahu in 1919, they bore two children Peter Muigai and Margret Kenyatta. He later married Edna Clarke as his second wife and they had one son Peter Magana. She died in England in 1995. After leaving Edna in Britain Jomo Kenyatta married his third wife Grace Wanjiku the daughter of Senior Chief Koinange. Wanjiku died in 1950 while giving birth to their daughter Jane Wambui who survived.

After Wanjiku’s death Jomo Kenyatta married his fourth and last wife Ngina Kenyatta famously known as Mama Ngina. They had four children Christine Wambui, Muhoho Kenyatta, Nyokabi Muthama and Kenya’s current President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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2. Daniel Arap Moi
The second president of Kenya married Lena Moi who was initially named Helena Bommet in 1950. Together they bore eight children, five sons and three daughters. His three prominent sons are Jonathan, Philip and Gideon. Moi separated from his wife Lena in 1974 and she never appeared in the limelight again until her death in 1994.  Moi’s family life remained very private all through his reign in power. He never remarried after his wife’s death.

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2. Mwai Kibaki
The third president of Kenya is married to Lucy Muthoni Kibaki. They have four children including Jimmy Kibaki, David Kagai, Tony Githinji and Judy Wanjiku. Kibaki was rumoured for a long time until to date of having a second spouse. He is alleged to have married through customary law another woman with whom he has one daughter. Kibaki has however publicly denied any links to the said woman who happens to be a politician. He famously called an urgent press conference at State House Nairobi in 2009 where he declared that he only has one wife.


1. Uhuru Kenyatta
Kenya’s fourth and current president is married to one Margret Kenyatta. They wed in 1991 after meeting her in Mombasa in 1978. They have three children together Ngina, Muhoho and Jomo. President Kenyatta and Margret will often be spotted in public functions exchanging what seems like a loving couple’s conversation. Rumors however hint that our first couple has had its fair share of ups and downs especially before Uhuru ventured into politics. Whether or not these rumors are based on fact or just how serious the marital troubles were is not known but we know we love those lovely couple moments between the president and the first lady.


Kibaki sh4.6 Billion library gift to Makerere University

Former President Mwai Kibaki will Saturday become the first head of state to build a presidential library at his alma mater, or university where he once studied. The multi-billion-shilling facility is based at Makerere University, Uganda.

According to information released by the university on Monday, the facility will cost US$50 million (Sh4.5 billion). Of this, $40million will go to the Presidential Library and $10million to the Mwai Kibaki-endowed Chair in Economics.

“The HE Mwai Kibaki Presidential Library will be the first presidential library built by a former president at his alma mater. It will also be the first library in Africa to have an endowed chair in economics,” the deputy Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, Prof Barnarbas Nawangwe, said.

Makerere Chancellor George Mondo explained that the university chose Kibaki because he was the first African to graduate there with a 1st Class Honours Degree in the Arts, in 1955.

He added that Kibaki was also the first African to graduate with distinction in the BSc Public Finance programme at the London School of Economics in 1958.

Mondo also cited Kibaki’s decision to return and serve his alma mater from 1958 to 1960 as Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Economics and Political Science, “instead of taking up other, lucrative offers”.

He said this was “commendable and worthy of recognition”.