Forget Pastor Ng'ang'a! Meet The Tycoon Allegedly Screwing Sabina Chege (Photo)
Nov. 24, 2020
Sabina Wanjiru Chege is the elected women Representative for Murang’a County. Just like anyone else she has gone through various levels to be one of the famous politicians in the country.
At the moment, the legislator is at the center of a humiliation involving a conman; Benson Wazir Chacha who is alleged to have conned close to 13 female MPs hundreds of thousands of sums of money.
Chege is currently married to Gathitu Maina, a man she was accused of ‘snatching’ in 2017 by the man’s first wife Wanjiru, a claim that the MP refuted and paraded Maina as her husband when she picked her victory certificate from Murang’a Returning Officer. The two met in 2013 when she was campaigning for Women Rep.
Previously reports emerged that Sabina Chege, enjoyed a relationship with controversial city pastor, James Maina Ng'ang'a.
After departed musician John De' Mathew's romance with the politician broke off, Ng'ang'a swooped in.
At the time, the Neno Evangelism Centre preacher had a slot at KBC and Coro FM where Ms Chege was a presenter.
She was already a household name in Kikuyu land and in KBC. Powerful, experienced and well-paid. I remember that time, pastor Ng'ang'a was starting off. Sabina dropped De'Mathew for him," a musician close to the deceased benga legend said.
It is believed that close associates of the woman rep disapproved of the relationship with the man of the cloth.
We were not comfortable with that union. We loved Sabina because she had done so much for us.
We were just worried and wanted the best for her. But there's no doubt she was smitten with Ng'ang'a. He was determined to have a church wedding but Sabina eventually dumped him towards 2012.
She decided to focus on the Murang'a Woman Rep seat," the source further disclosed.
Later the same year, Ng'ang'a married his current wife Mercy Murugi at a lavish party in Windsor Golf Club.
De'Mathew married Carolyne Waithera as his second wife and Ms Chege settled in with Gathitu Maina, a former Kenya Dairy Board boss.