#Jimmy Wanjigi’s Challenge: Jimmy Wanjigi’s wife makes her Appearance on Camera and she left Kenyans Talking

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Jimmy Wanjigi’s made her appearance on the screens after a long time, and her non-verbal cues left people talking on social media. Before 2017 there was no any photo of Jimi Wanjigi’s wife in the Kenya media. Jimi Wanjigi and his wife appeared on the screens on some few occasions including the burial of George Saitoti the former internal security minister and at the wedding of Isaiah Kabira the former Presidential Press Service director.

The billionaire’s wife Irene Nzisa Wanjigi made her very first appearance on Kenyan media in 2017. That is when Wanjiji was holding a press conference after their home was raided by a group of police officers. The non-verbal cues of Nzisa have left Kenyans talking on social media and it was sign that was ready to support her husband.

During the entire conference Nzisa kept glancing at her husband and wrapped her hands around him. Showing affection public is something that has hardly been seen especially in the political scene. The videos went viral on social media and on local TV stations. Some people imitated them in a challenge for fun in what they called Jimmy Wanjigi’s challenge.

Media personality like Larry Madowo, Jeff Koinange, Jalango and many others participated in the challenge.

Nzisa operates a luxurious art gallery at Kwacha House, which Wanjigi owns. She was among the people who made donations to Beyond Zero Charity Campaign a program that was launched by Margret Kenyatta.

Nzisa and her hubby have two children that study in Institute Le Rosey in Swizerland which is among the most expensive schools globally.

”It is known as the school of kings, counting among its alumni the Shah of Iran, Prince Rainier of Monaco and King Farouk of Egypt,” according to Britain’s Telegraph.

There was a case in 2019 where Nsiza was involved. A Nairobi entrepreneur sued her and Wanijigi for ksh56 million which he said they had taken from him.


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