Ababu Namwamba marriage Ababu Namwamba wife’s latest Facebook post sparks more questions on the state of their marriage

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Trouble in paradise?

Ababu Namwamba (right) with his wife Priscah Mwaro play Ababu Namwamba (right) with his wife Priscah Mwaro (Facebook)

Foreign Affairs Chief Administrative Assistant Ababu Namwamba has in the recent past faced scrutiny after reports his marriage was in the rocks.

Namwamba and his wife Prsicah Mwaro have been known as one of the most romantic couple in Kenya's political circles - always posting intimate photos on social media.

play Ababu Namwamba (Nation)

 

Marriage in the rocks

However, when the couple went for several weeks without expressing their marital bliss, some social media users began to question the state of the Namwambas.

Local gossip sites went as far as reporting that the publicised marriage was in the rocks.

Last weekend, Priscah took to social media where she shared photos of herself having a good time with her hubby and their kids.

 

Old photos

The post appeared framed to quell the rumours surrounding their marriage and was reminiscent of the old Namwamba streak.

However, the move backfired after some keen observers noted that the photos Priscah had shared were not fresh but recycled from an old post made in May 2017.

Mischievious social users called on the CAS's wife to post current photos with her husband. Other users, however, were more respectful and wished the couple a blessed and happy marriage life.

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