Samuel Muchoki, aka Samidoh, a pricey Father's Day present, nominated senator Karen Nyamu

After spending numerous thousands of bucks to buy her baby daddy, Mugithi artist Samuel Muchoki, aka Samidoh, a pricey Father's Day present, nominated senator Karen Nyamu raises eyebrows.

In a video that sources obtained, Nyamu can be seen entering a liquor store and asking for the costliest alcoholic beverage on the menu.

She told the shop agent, "The most expensive one."

The senator and the shop assistant examine each drink on display before settling on a Remy Martin Louis XIII brandy. The alcohol is worth Ksh420,000.

She used her credit card to pay the sum, which sparked discussion on social media.

Nyamu's big gesture to her baby daddy came soon after.

While some people didn't like the senator's action, others applauded her for making an attempt to honour her baby daddy.

Some of the responses from fans are included below:

When the majority of Kenyans are struggling to make ends meet, our leaders are living opulently, said Jaytee @JayTeeJuma.

"Then they adopt laws and create policies to extort more money from the average person. I'm hoping that people will finally see how the individuals they choose to lead them have an impact on their lives."

Naweza mrudisha nayo aki, turudi tu nepewe hiyo 400k na mzinga ya 20k, according to Godfrey Njagi, @Godie_Njagi. I would rather have an expensive gadget than a pombe. yû nî ûrimû.

Wueh uyu ananunua pombe na pesa inaeza badalisha maisha yangu fully, according to Collins Macharia.

@Sabato_Fred commented in an ominous manner: Samido Amemchizisha Caren Nyamu.

Sometimes I genuinely want hizi pesa ni zao, but I also hope ni zao l and ni zao sio zetu tumeoshwa. Santana @santana_za wrote.

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