Over years, politics in Kenya has been envied as the must lucrative career. It has been viewed as the shortest gateway to richness. A number of Kenyan of Kenyan politicians have proved this to be true. Their lives have been featured by flashy lifestyle.
While taking Alcohol remains a common way of entertainment, there are a number of politicians who have chosen sobreity.
Kenyan politicians who do not take alcohol
William Ruto has been celebrated as the most religious President of Kenya. He is an astute leader who have been raised on strong Christian Faith foundation.
Believe it not, Ruto do not take alcoholic drinks.
Last year during his campaigns, former Gatundu MP Moses Kuria confirmed Ruto is a sober person. He further narrated how he single-handedly made Uhuru Kenyatta become the President. According to him, Ruto would always remain sober even when other politicians went on drinking spree.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua only take tea and other soft drinks.
During the deputy presidential debate held earlier this year, Rigathi confirmed that she is alcohol-free.
“I am an active person and I do not take Alcohol,” he noted.
Linet Chepkorir Toto
Linet Chepkorir Toto recently became an online sensation of beating all odds to become Bomet Women representative. The humble you lady do not take Alcohol.
Linet Toto leads a low key life. The lawmaker therefore do not take Alcoholic.
Kenyans have however expressed concern that the young MP might be introduced to partying lifestyle. She was recently spotted with nominated senator Karen Nyamu.
Politician-cum-businessman Jimmy Wanjigi is another politician who has chosen life. Despite is public display of opulence, Wanjigi do not take Alcohol.
He has on several occasion been seen taking tea amidst people taking Alcoholic drinks.
Abdulswamad shariff nassir
The Mombasa governor do not do alcoholic drinks.
Here is the list of of other prominent Kenyan politicians who do not take Alcohol;
- Naomi Shaban
- Charity Ngilu
- Anyang Nyongo
- Najib Balala
- Mishi Mboko