Senator Millicent Omanga celebrates birthday with trouble and doom

Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga celebrates her birthday with words of courage and optimism.

The Nominated Senator Twitted on Sunday pouring her heart out, saying it's been a year full of joblessness and a global pandemic.

"Today Is my birthday. I celebrate my birthday today at a time our country is faced with a myriad of challenges; a ravaging global pandemic, joblessness among the youth, spiralling cost of living and contestation over the BBI bill which is now before the courts," she said.

Senator Millicent Omanga with DP Ruto's wife Rachel photo
Senator Millicent Omanga with DP Ruto's wife Rachel.

"Nonetheless, I feel so much blessed to be turning another leaf in my life today. It's been a long and treacherous journey full of ups and downs but one that's worth the sacrifice," she said.

"I'm eternally grateful for the successes and take the challenges with stride."

"It wouldn't have been possible to have scaled this far without an amalgamation of God's grace, the unwavering support of my dear husband, my family and friends," she said.

"To this far, I look at my past with great pride and future with hope."

Omanga well known as Mama Miradi made it to the public following Tanga Tanga and Kieleweke politics which ended up with several leaders expelled from their political and leadership seats. 

She was among the legislators who had been summoned by the Jubilee disciplinary committee for gross disobedience and misconduct.

Omanga was born in 1982 on May 30, in Kisii County. She is the firstborn in a large family of seven daughters in Rongai.

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