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Millicent Omanga Celebrates Son’s Graduation From Posh Brook House School

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Omanga shared celebratory photos of her family during the graduation event. Photo: Millicent Omanga.

Former nominated Senator Millicent Omanga and her husband on Friday, June 14 celebrated their son’s graduation at Brook House School in Nairobi.

Omanga shared celebratory photos of her family during the graduation event.

She also penned a sweet message to her son on his joyous occasion.

“Congratulations on your graduation and your well-deserved success. Best wishes for your next grand adventure son,” she posted.

Netizens joined in the celebration by congratulating her son.

What a beautiful family, congratulations to the young man – Martin Wakibe said.

Congratulations Wayne!!! That’s a huge milestone – Mercy Visual Art posted.

Congratulations to him. Best wishes on his next endeavours – Ezekiel Koech said.

Congratulations my crush. I love him with all heart – Toto la Kisii shared.

Omanga is married to Francis Nyamiobo.

The fiery politician met her husband while she was at the University of Nairobi pursuing a degree in Journalism.

The two have been married for almost twelve years and have two children.

The legislator’s husband is a medical doctor whose research delving into HIV and AIDs has appeared in respected journals.

He co-authored a journal titled “Association of sex work with reduced activation of the mucosal immune system” with seven other researchers. The background of the study reads:

“Unprotected intercourse and seminal discharge are powerful activators of the mucosal immune system and are important risk factors for transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This study was designed to determine if female sex work is associated with changes in mucosal immunity.”