Riziki Kawira Murega, the daughter of Kawira Mwangaza’s husband, Murega Baichu and Sabina Karimi is seeking help to raise tuition fee amounting to Kshs150,000.

In a video shared online, the 22-year old revealed that she is a student of Murang’a University adding that her mother has been raising her single-handedly after partying ways with Baichu.

“Following my parents’ separation, I’ve been raised by my mum. Am the firstborn of three children. Am 22 years old and studying at Murang’a University of Science and Technology. Am doing a Bachelor of Education Arts with a combination of Kiswahili and CRE. Am here to request you to help me raise my university fees so I can be able to get through my education and fully complete it,

“The reason I’m requesting your help is because following the financial constraints at home I’ve not been able to pay school fees and also due to the increase in university school fees things have not been easy and I’m really in need of the fees to do my exams,” the distressed young woman said.


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In a separate interview, she revealed that she has not spoken to Baichu for 8 years. Previous attempts to reach him were met with cold responses. Baichu married Kawira after separating with Riziki’s mother.

The issue has however attracted mixed reactions from netizens;

“This is what we call pulling someone down. Am sure before Kawira was a politician they couldn’t relate with her nor the husband who happens to be the dad but now they want them to provide. Ukunguni tu. I have never seen claims for a poor guy. He is even denied recognition,” commented sambageoffrey

“Shame on you Murega. Did you divorce the mother of the children? And the way you pretend to be saved christians,” wrote aww2615

“All the women governors supporting the corruption suspect Mwangaza shud assist this girl, the likes of@anne_waiguru@susankihika@governorwavinyandeti,”  phimadii said.



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