Nabii Nabwera’s wife spoils herself with a Sh7.2m Toyota Land Cruiser to celebrate her birthday
Lugari MP Nabii Nabwera’s wife and former ODM nominated Senator Daisy Nyongesa celebrated her 33rd birthday on Tuesday in style by gifting herself a brand new Toyota Land Cruiser.
The politician, who runs several businesses after quitting politics, said she loves ‘masculine cars’ and that the money used to purchase the new Toyota Land Cruiser came from her pocket.
“Gifted myself a KDK 077S from KCK 110E. I refer to my Prados as Ground Choppers. Toyotas are easy to maintain. I chose a land cruiser, is because I love Masculine cars,” she said.
“Power is big cars and black for that matter.”
She acquired her first car, a Prado KBU, when she was 24.
“In the same year, I bought an Allion, at 25 years old, I bought a second Prado KBZ and a Premio, and when I was 28 years old, I bought a third Prado KCK, ” she boasted about her fleet.
The mother of three has also driven a Mercedes Benz.
“At 30 years old I bought a Mercedes Benz and now I am transiting from KCK to KDK Land Cruiser; such a great coincidence,” she added.
The MP’s wife said she would acquire more cars as she adds years, saying at 35 she will go back to the market for her favorite brand.
“I love a good life. I work hard to reward myself with what I want,” she said.
She added that she will be throwing a lavish party for two weeks to mark her birthday.
“I had a surprise party today at North Coast Hotel by colleagues. Tonight is a birthday dinner with my husband,” she said, “On Saturday, I will be hosting the Magharibi Farmers Cooperative Society at my parent’s home and I am sure they will cut a cake for me,” she continued.
Nyongesa is no longer active in politics. She quit to focus on her family even after working tirelessly as the Orange Young Democrats League secretary-general for Kakamega in 2013 and eventually earning herself a seat in the Senate.
She stepped back after her five years elapsed and later appointed director of Kenya Fishing Industries Corporation and legislative consultant to the Ministry of Health in Uhuru Kenyatta administration.
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