Remember the senator that went bra-less on "No bra day". See her recent pictures
Millicent Omanga is a newsmaker and senator nominated from Voluptuous Jubilee Party in Kenya. She is quite curvy and this has added to what has made her a celebrity on social media. The senator was born on the 30th of May 1982, she is the first born in a family of seven.
Millicent Omanga is married to a medical doctor by name Dr Francis Nyamiobo. They have been married for a couple of years and blessed with kids.
Before she became a politician, she was actually a small time businesswoman. Her first appointment was as a director of the Kenya Electricity Generating Company and next nomination as a Jubilee senator turned into the paintings of Ruto in the year 2013 and 2017.
Below are more stunning pictures of the senator, see her recent looks
The picture of her going bra-less on "No Bra day" really stunned the net. Drop your comments below and share your view on this article.
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