Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru has disclosed that she is yet to move in with her her husband, lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo.
In a recent interview, the county boss explained that although they are so much in love with each other, moving in together proved hard.
Sho noted that they are both attached to their stuff and combining them is too much work.
Waiguru resides in Kihingo, Kitisuru while Kamotho stays in his Runda home.
“Think about it, you choose the furniture, let’s start with the living room, whose stays and whose goes. I am attached to silly stuff and he is attached to his house,” she said.
Culture beliefs also came in hand as Kikuyu traditions cannot allow her husband to move into her house forcing them to get a new house.
Waiguru added that she is assured of her safety while at her Kitisuru mansion taking to account her life as a politician.
“Even when he travels, he feels safer when I am here than when I am in Runda,” she said.
The county boss further boted that they set aside Sundays for bonding and having fun together.
“Sundays are exclusively mine and Kamotho’s. Even the children know that. Saturdays are for the whole family while Sundays are ours,” she said.
Waiguru tied the knot to Kamotho in a grand traditional wedding in 2019.
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