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Millicent Omanga Biography, Husband, Age, CV, Family, Tribe, Business

Millicent Omanga Biography

Millicent omanga is a Kenyan politician, loving mother and wife, and businesswoman who calls herself Msupa na works. She is currently, jubilee Senator. Enjoy reading Millicent Omanga Biography.


Omanga has never lost touch with the students since she finished her degree and has been overseeing that productive events organized by the students go through as smoothly as possible and according to plan. She has in the past managed the end of semester ceremony of the UoN School of Journalism 2015 students at JiwekeTervan, China Centre and in several occasion hosted 2016 students from the University at her warm home over lunch amidst laughter and conversations about development and hospitality.


Millicent is a University of Nairobi graduate with a masters degree in commerce. She is the perfect definition of Beauty and Brains. She studied at Mumbi high school

Millicent vied and came close to winning the Nairobi Senate seat in the 2013 general elections, slightly losing to the present Nairobi city governor Mike Mbuvi alias Sonko. Her ambitions date from way back on campus where she was a SONU Module 2 Representative during her days on campus.

Millicent Omanga’s manifesto and political innuendo are not yet out to the public because of political-correctness reasons, but the remaining population of Nairobi who is not acquainted with her shall know about this worthy lady in due time. The 2017 race is ON!!

Millicent was a director at KenGen. Kenya Electricity Generating Company Limited, KenGen is the leading electric power generation company in Kenya, producing about 75 percent of electricity capacity installed in the country. The company utilizes various sources to generate electricity ranging from hydro, geothermal, thermal, and wind.


Millicent is from Kisii tribe


Millicent Omanga is a businesswoman married to one Dr. Francis Nyambiobo with two children. She is big and gorgeous with curves that have gotten voters drooling over her.

She terms as him pillar and strength in her endeavors in politics and Business. She says to her, and Family is everything.


She was born in 1982, and her age can now be calculated

children: Maya – daughter

Wayne- Son

Were it not for Ruto, and I would be hawking bedsheets- Senator Millicent Omanga

Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga, 36, revealed that she owes her success in life to Deputy President William Ruto, who lifted her from ‘hawking’ and made her a public figure. Omanga said her appointment as a director of the Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) after Jubilee took over in 2013, was organized by Ruto. The voluptuous senator said she was summoned by then Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir to his office and in one hour flat, she had become a company director.

“When CS Chirchir called and asked if I was in Nairobi before directing me to rush to his office, I wondered what I had done. I got to his office, and he informed me that the following day, KenGen would be holding its annual general meeting and that I had been nominated as one of the directors. I could not believe it,” she revealed.

Speaking during an end-of-year-party for Pitchface, a marketing company owned by South Mugirango MP Sylvanus Osoro, Omanga said she was not shy to say that William Ruto was behind her success. “This is one man who believes in the leadership of the youth,” she added. Omanga said the call that changed her life came when she was haggling over the price of 30 bedsheets at a shop in town, with the hope of reselling them at a profit. “I was bargaining with the Asian shopkeeper for a good price that could ensure I got a profit when I resold the sheets later,” she told the gathering.

But even with her appointment to the KenGen board, Omanga remained a relatively unknown figure, until she began associating with a coterie of young politicians supporting Jubilee, President Uhuru, and Ruto in the run-up to the 2017 General Election.

Given the conventional ethnic profiling in Kenyan politics, someone with a surname beginning with the letter ‘O’ is often assumed and expected to support Raila Odinga and the ODM party. That she was supporting ‘the other side’ generated a lot of unflattering chatter on social media from opposition supporters. When she threw her hat in the ring for the Nairobi Woman Rep contest, observers complained that she was part of a trend in which women joined politics, without any substance, and only rode on being a msupuu, a ‘culture’ they argued was demeaning to women and cheapening leadership to a beauty contest.

That was a reaction to slogans like Manzi wa Nairobi that had become common during the campaigns. Omanga’s campaign slogan was “Msupaa na works.”  Lady Luck stuck with her even after a thorough thrashing by Esther Pasaris for the Nairobi Woman Rep seat. Ruto, once again, was the knight in shining armor who swooped in to rescue the damsel in distress.

Millicent Omanga Biography

“I ran for the Nairobi Woman Rep seat, but I did not make it. But that one man believed in my potential. If it were not for William Ruto, I would not be a senator today. He believes in empowering young people. He believes in the empowerment of women,” she told the gathering. She added: “Today, I am also a CEO of a big, nationwide company. I love read Psalms 35:4-6 because of the comforting word and prayer: ‘May those who seek my life be disgraced and put to shame; may those who plot my ruin be turned back in dismay. May they be like chaff before the wind, with the angel of the Lord driving them away; may their path be dark and slippery, with the angel of the Lord pursuing them.’”

Omanga chaired Ruto’s UDM party (later URP) party, before the merger with Uhuru’s TNA party to form the Jubilee coalition. She is also founder and CEO of Milways Enterprises, a company dealing in construction, interior décor and import of furniture. In her short stint as senator, Omanga came out as a controversial politician who is not shy to engage in verbal brawls in defense of her party. At the beginning of 2018, when the country was locked in incendiary politics following the 2017 poll, she threatened to circumcise Embakasi East MP Babu Owino for making insulting remarks directed at a senior member of President Uhuru’s family.

In July, she drew the ire of Kenyans when she flew to Russia with other MPs to “benchmark” the World Cup and was photographed with a ball while draped in the colors of the Croatian national football team.  But Omanga defended herself, saying she was not spending taxpayers’ money, but on the contrary, she had saved for the trip. ? “I am in Russia through personal sponsorship. I love football and have been going for World Cup matches since 2002 when I was 20 years when it was held in Japan,” she stated. According to mzalendo.com, Omanga has spoken 20 times in the Senate.


Millicent Omanga explains why she does not wear make-up

Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga on Wednesday revealed that she does not wear make-up because she is naturally beautiful. Speaking during an interview on a local radio station, Omanga further stated that she is conservative partly because she is a member of the Seventh Day Adventist. The way I was brought up, I am a Seventh Day Adventist. I started putting on trousers after finishing university.

Asked about her steady rise in politics, Omanga said she involved herself in politics at an early age, and although DP William Ruto played a part in her journey, her husband has been her pillar. She also rubbished claims that were it not for the DP she would be selling bed sheets, saying she has always been a businesswoman and has stalls all over. It wasn’t bedding sheets only, but you understand the social media, I have been doing business for long until now. I am an interior design by passion, and I have over 20 stores in different parts of the country selling interior household and office items, including furniture, she noted. Omanga also hinted at vying for a higher position in 2022, adding that she is ready to challenge herself.

Senator Millicent Omanga Dancing

A dance-off between Senator Millicent Omanga and K24 news anchor Betty Kyallo left the latter red in the face with the legislator going all out in showing off her skills on the dance floor. A video that has been widely shared on social media captures Betty wearing a body con maroon dress while Ms. Omanga donned a dazzling knee-length fitting dress. The two then start dancing to a song playing on the TV at Ms. Omanga’s posh residence, in what seems like part of an interview for Betty’s Up Close segment on K24.

With her back facing the camera, Ms. Omanga puts her best foot forward as she shakes her body to match the rhythm of the song. Betty, on the other hand, cheers on the senator as she jams to the music herself in an attempt to keep up. This is not the first time Ms. Omanga has treated her fans to her prowess in gyrating. Earlier on this year, she set tongues wagging after she shared a video in which she was dancing seductively. The nominated senator was dancing to one of Jaguar’s songs inside Radio Jambo studios. In that particular video, she is seen swinging her hips while making a 360-degree turn.

Here is the video:


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