Many people have been touched by Senator Isaac Mwaura’s goodwill to the mother of a four-month-old baby named after him. Wilfred Ngure and his wife Whitney Nyamusi stated the politician’s story inspired them, so they named their kid after him. For the tiny kid, albinism was a birth condition. In a Facebook post, Mwaura shared his joy, claiming that Ngure approached him while campaigning in his area and invited him to meet his family. Mwaura and his colleagues paid Ngure and his wife a visit on Tuesday, April 6. The couple’s firstborn child was Isaac Mwaura Leon Junior.
“When Gitonga approached me at a gathering near where he lived, I was taken aback. The child is a really attractive infant who was born in the Matopeni neighborhood of Ruiru Town. After officially conferring the nana on him, I took the time to pray and bless him “In part, Mwaura wrote. As a result, a member of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) volunteered to fund Ngure’s wife’s enrollment in a seven-month beauty therapy course at Beauty Point College. Mwaura also pledged to provide the baby and his family with free sunscreen creams, protective gear, and other assistance.
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