Priscah Mwaro Namwamba, who was once married to Ababu Namwamba, the Cabinet Secretary for Sports and Arts.

Nairobi has seen the passing of Priscah Mwaro, who was once married to Ababu Namwamba, the Cabinet Secretary for Sports and Arts.

Her immediate family members acknowledged her passing, but they did not provide any other information.

It is stated that her remains have been sent to the MP Shah Mortuary in Nairobi at this time.

Priscah and Ababu were married for a total of eight years,  they welcomed three children into the world.

Theirs was a relationship to be loved by many because they highlighted the bright times with their internet followers, but as luck would have it, in 2019, they split ways in a manner that was not very respectful of one another.

Both parties in the relationship suspected the other of cheating, citing this transgression as the primary impetus for the breakup.

In a recent interview, Priscah's brother, Patrick Mwaro, said that attempts to reunite the marriage ran into a roadblock due to Ababu's unwillingness to acknowledge Priscah after she had left him.

"I have reminded him that he is part of our family since they had three children with Priscah, and in such instances, links between relatives cannot be disregarded."

"Also, I told him that it was up to him to decide whether or not he still wanted to live with Prisca. It is impossible to coerce a guy into living with a woman.

"I have no problem with him breaking up with our sister if he has made that decision. Patrick added, "I pleaded with him, but he was stubborn and merciless."

Priscah was a worker at KenGen up to the time of her death. She would sometimes invite her followers into her personal life by sharing humorous events on social media.

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