Isaac Mwaura’s wife pens emotional letter to mark two years since son’s death

Isaac Mwaura and his wife Nelius Mukami welcomed triplets in early 2017 but unfortunately lost two of the babies (a boy and a girl)

The couple still holds their memories and as today marks two years since they lost Mwaura junior, Mukami has penned an emotional letter remembering their late son.

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After her dearest son was in the newborn intensive care unit for 69 days, Mukami, remembers that chilling call at 8am that shattered her heart.

She wrote:

Two years ago … I got a call at 8am from Nairobi hospital NiCU asking me to rush to the hospital . I asked how my baby was doing … the nurse kept quiet for a few seconds then she told me my baby was still in critical condition but she would rather that she talks to me in Person . I knew what she meant . I knew my son was no more .

‘People attack me on the basis of albinism, say I sacrificed my children,’ Isaac Mwaura speaks on babies’ death

She added,

69 days of pain and suffering ,with a heavy heart and overwhelming sadness I also felt some relief ;that my baby wouldn’t have to go through all that suffering . I knew he was in a better place . He is forever a beautiful gift to us … We will always remember him in our hearts and in his little brother we are reminded that Gods brings no sorrow with his blessing , so we rejoice at the gift of a baby who was too beautiful for earth . 
#rip #ripson #preemiebaby #infantloss#infantlossawareness #preemieloss#neverforgotten

The surviving child, Njiiru Mwaura recently turned two years.

Here are the photos of the Mwaura’s family.

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Baraka Nayo: Lucky Kenyans whose weddings President Uhuru attended

Not every body gets the chance of having a President attend their wedding, after all he is a busy man but for some, it was their lucky day.

We look as Kenyans whose wedding was graced by the most powerful man in Kenya

1. Irungu Kangata

Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata solemnised his marriage to his wife Mary Wambui, in a colourful wedding graced by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The wedding was held at Gathinja Catholic Church in Kahuhia constituency, Murang’a county.


2. Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura and his wife Mukami 

They got married in June,26 2015 in a colorful ceremony attended by the creme dela creme of the Kenyan society.


Isaac Mwaura and Mukami Mwaura

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3. Naisula Lesuuda

Naisula Lesuuda the member of parliament for Samburu West married the love of her life Robert Kiplagat in a colourful wedding.

When she announced her engagement on January 1st this year, Lesuuda posted on her social media:

“Here’s to new beginning….All said and done ,I thank God for the growth that I have experienced both politically and in my personal life…Here’s to love and light in 2018.”


Naisula Lesuuda during her wedding day.

The  wedding took place on November 17th this year at ACK St. Phillips Lesirai church.

4. Chemeli Chumo

Kenya Power Chief Executive’s daughter, Chemeli Chumo and her boyfriend Kevin Oduor walked down the aisle at a wedding that was attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta.


5. Naeem Balala

President Uhuru Kenyatta  joined hundreds of invited guests at the wedding of Naeem Balala, son of Mining Secretary Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala.

The colourful wedding between Naeem and Safiya Omar Sherman, daughter of prominent lawyer Omar Sherman, was held at the exclusive Vipingo Ridge in Kilifi County and officiated by Ustadh Sharif Abdulqadir Hyder.


TRIPLE BLESSINGS: Nominated MP Isaac Mwaura’s Wife Gives Birth To Triplets!

Nominated MP Isaac Mwaura is a happy dad to not one, but three children!!!

Mwaura’s wife Mukami has given birth to a bouncing set of triplets of two boys and a girl.

The legislator, who recently defected from ODM (the party which took him to parliament) to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Party, couldn’t hide his joy of the sweet news.

Video: Watch as Nominated MP Isaac Mwaura desperately tries to get the attention of President Uhuru

Just a few hours ago, the Ruiru MP aspirant, who has been championing the rights of people living with albinism, took to his social media pages to announce the arrival of his children.

He wrote on Facebook:



Kenyans wasted no chance in showering the Mwauras with congratulatory messages.

Njambi Waciuma wrote: “My goodness! God is great…what a blessing. Congratulations Mwaura and Mukami on your babies. Well done mama for nurturing them thus far. God bless your family.”

PHOTOS: Bramwell Mwololo, Brian Weke attends Isaac Mwaura’s wedding

Naivasha PlwHnet: “Aiiiii boss nitakupea job nataka triplets pia…. Sema kubarikiwa bila jokes sasa ujue safari mingi mingi na usingizi utaacha.”

Francis Mbugua posted: “Hongera Mheshimiwa…. Kweli Ruiru wako sawa… Mpaka kwa nyumba ni tyranny of numbers…”

Vincent Onchwati wrote: “Kweli we we ni ndume ya jubilee.”

-Kaka Elly

Stop Hiding Children With Disabilities: Nominated MP Isaac Mwaura Says

Samburu parents living with disabled children have been urged not to hide them. Nominated member of parliament, Isaac Mwaura said many parents do not take their disabled children to school.

Speaking in Maralal town on Sunday when he visited children living with disabilities at Samburu handicapped rehabilitation and education programme orphanage centre he said officials are going round the country to establish the number of people living with disabilities.

“We don’t want those with disabilities to be hidden or punished. God has a plan for everybody. Let them be known so that they can be helped,” said Mwaura, who is also the chairman, Kenya disability parliamentary association.

Mwaura was with nominated senator, Naisula Lesuuda, Samburu county women representative Maison Leshoomo and other local leaders. They donated food, clothes and wheel chairs worth thousands of shillings to more than 200 destitute children from Samburu.

Mwaura urged parents to ensure all disabled and orphaned children are taken to school. He appealed to well-wishers to help the less privileged.


Ban witchcraft to end attacks on albinos- Isaac Mwaura

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Nominated MPs Isaac Mwaura and Robert Mutemi have asked the government to ban witchcraft to combat the killing of people with albinism.

“We are at the final stages in the drafting of the bill to safeguard and protect people living with albinism,” Mwaura said during a press conference at Parliament Buildings on Friday.

The MP, who is living with albinism, warned that gangs are crossing from Tanzania into Kenya to carry out abductions.

“Now that Tanzania has banned witchcraft they could be crossing over and executing albinos for superstitious reasons,” Mwaura said.

“You can clearly see people in politics going for these concoctions. People will kill people with albinism in return for what they believe is this good fortune, and that is totally wrong.”

Mutemi said the government was doing little to protect people with albinism and the disabled.

“The government must ensure that no Kenyan dies because of skin colour or locomotion challenges,” the MP living with disability said.

-The Star

AUDIO: I Fear Only God, Hot Porridge & Electricity, Says Kimani Ichungwa

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With Bramwell Mwololo away in Kisumu where Radio Jambo was broadcasting from live on Friday, Yusuf Kaona took the reigns on the Pembe Za Kenya show on Saturday which features legislators Kimani Ichungwa (Kikuyu), Benson Mutura (Makadara), Isaac Mwaura (nominated) and Brian Weke (Human Rights Activist).

In yet another explosive, and fiery, episode of the show, Yusuf Kaona was joined in studio by Kimani Ichungwa and Isaac Mwaura and together they discussed revelations by Auditor General Edward Ouko that the government can not account for how it spent KES 66.7 billion.

They further discussed on a bill that is said will be tabled in parliament which will see MPs earn pension after their terms end. It is while debating on that, Kimani tickled the bones of Radio Jambo listeners when he said he only three things: God, hot porridge and electricity.

Listening to Kimani narrating that in the clip shared below.

PHOTOS: How Radio Jambo Presenters Spent The Weekend

1. Gidi

Other than savouring Michael Olunga’s quadruple heroics in Gor Mahia’s 4-1 win over Chemelil Sugar on Saturday, the breakfast show presenter was also out and about town as he catched up with friends at a popular pub along Langata Road.

@1824pub bound

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2. Ghost

The jolly presenter caught up with his football son, Michael Olunga, and together they watch Olunga’s former school, Upper Hill, defeat Olympic 5-2 in a match played at Lenana School.

3. Bramwell Mwololo

The mid-morning show presenter had a fun-filled weekend as he attended the wedding of ODM-Nominated MP Isaac Mwaura. In the photos shared below, Bramwell is seen with Human Rights Activist Brian Weke giving a vote of thanks.



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4. Diamond Okusimba

His Ingwe diehard moods may have been dampened by AFC Leopards 1-0 loss to Thika United on Saturday in a match that was marred by fan violence, but all the same Okusimba still had a weekend to remember as he interviewed Julius Yego and also got to meet Nigeria Super Eagles great Daniel “The Bull” Amokachi.

Diamond Yego

Diamond Amokachi


5. Diblo Kaberia

Like Diamond, Diblo got meet Daniel Amokacho, Julius Yego and also Dutch football legend Johann Neeskens.

DIBLO’S CAPTION: Heroes meeting. From left, Daniel “The Bull” Amokachi, Julius Yego world javelin champion, FC Barcelona Dutch wizard Johann Neeskens and Barcelona Africa President Diblo Elmago.

6. Fred Arocho

The deep-voiced presenter had reason to celebrate despite KCB falling 1-0 to Bandari hence plunging them into a relegation dogfight. Arocho was at the JKIA to see his daughter, Kensley, off to Barcelona where she will represent her school, Lukenya School, in the Coasta da Rada tournament.

AROCHO’S CAPTION: Safe journey to Barcelona my girl Kenslie Arocho as The Lukenya school makes another trip to the Costa da Rada soccer tournament.

Parliament rejects Uhuru’s nominee for KNCHR Commissioner

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The national assembly has rejected president Uhuru Kenyatta’s nominee to the National Commission on Human Rights.

Nominated member of parliament Isaac Mwaura, however defended the nominee Samuel Kabue on grounds that he was able to perform despite his disability and accused his fellow Mps of side lining the disabled in public appointments.