– While quoting a Bible verse, Mwangangi thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta and all her mentors who believed in her having quickly climbed up the ladder at a young age
– Most Kenyan men who commented on her post cheekily stated she was the first woman to “declare her age publicly”
– Even though most of them had set their eyes on her, the doctor earlier revealed she had a “supportive partner”
Health Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Mercy Mwangangi has publicly disclosed her age on her birthday.
The beautiful government official declared she turned 34 on her official Twitter handle on Thursday, August 27.
“Ephesians 3:20: Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us…A lot to reflect on as I turn 34 today, learning, relearning ,unlearning; all steeped in immense gratitude, to my mentors and the president,” her post read.
Soon afterwards, netizens trooped to her page to wish her a happy birthday.
Most Kenyan men who commented on her post cheekily stated she was the first woman to “declare her age publicly”as they “salivated” over her beauty.
Here were some of the messages sampled by TUKO.co.ke.
Kevin Mwanje: “The first ever woman to declare her age publicly, happy birthday doc.”
Caroline Kinuthia: “Happy birthday beautiful….You make our husbands get glued on TV following “COVID-19″ updates… Your natural beauty stuns….Live long.”
Bruno Cornelius: “Happy birthday gorgeous. Please tell Kagwe (Health CS) that you are the one to give out the COVID-19 briefing next week…God’s blessing in all your endeavors.”
Joseph Maina: “I stopped watching COVID-19 briefs when you started coming in with a face mask. Happy birthday to the first lady on planet to declare her age in public.”
Even though most men had set their eyes on her, the doctor earlier revealed she had a “supportive partner” to their disappointment.
I’m highly married to my work but then again I have a very supportive partner who is also my cheerleader,” she said on Saturday, April 25.
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