Murang’a County Representative Sabina Chege apparently shares a similar characteristic with Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
Speaking during Kikuyu benga musician, the late John Ng’ang’a famously known as John DeMathew’s burial ceremony in Gatanga, Murang’a County on Saturday, Chege declared herself the original hustler in the presence of the DP.
“I your excellency the Deputy President when you see today I am called the County Women Representative, I started far. As you are called hustler, I am the hustler original because I started when I was still a very young girl and today you have seen that I sang with John De’ Mathew. I was an actor in a program called Tausi and later met John DeMathew when I was a broadcaster
“(Mimi your excellency the Deputy President ukiona leo naitwa Mama wa kaunti, nimeanza mbali. Ukiitwa hustler, mimi ndio ule hustler original kwa sababu mimi nilianzia nikiwa msichana mdogo sana na leo umeona niliimba nyimbo na John DeMathew. Mimi nilikua actor wa tausi nikawa mtu ambaye alikua wa michezo ya kuigiza, na kutoka hapo nikiwa broadcaster nikakutana na John DeMathwew),” she said.
She further denied having had romantic encounter with Benga maestro John De Mathew’s who was buried on Saturday.
A local publication claimed that Ms Chege had love relationship with the musicians, who was involved in an accident along Thika Road last week.
But speaking at Murang’a on Saturday during the burial, Chege accused the media of disrespect, arguing that the information was propaganda.
The second term legislator said she worked with De Mathew’s as a producer and their working relationship was professional. She had appeared in one of songs as video vixen.
She said had she sired with the deceased, the child would have attended the funeral to pay tribute to the fallen musician at his ancestral home.
“I was not involved in any romantic relationship with the Late De’Mathew. Yes, he was my good friend, but not a lover. I respect myself, I respect De’Mathew’s family.”
“If we, indeed, had a relationship, which yielded a son, then that child would be here today for his father’s burial. I am a married woman, who has children, and I respect my husband and my children. I, therefore, urge the media, [especially blogs], to refrain from publishing fabricated allegations. The media should, instead, be sensitive and respectful to De’Mathew’s family,” said Chege.
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