• On Thursday, both elected and nominated Senators converged at the Senate Chambers to take Oath of office.
• Lulu Hassan is inspired by Karen Nyamu being a go getter and having a clean heart.
Citizen TV host Lulu Hassan has expressed her admiration for Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu.
According to the creative, she loved Karen's never giving up attitude.
Lulu made the revelation while interacting with her fans via her Insta-stories.
The news anchor's response was directed at a fan who wanted to know who inspires her locally and why.
She also shared a list of other local celebrities who inspire her and among those are singer Nadia Mukami and Krg The Don.
Below is the list of people who inspire her and why;
Abel Mutua- This guy is something else, his journey the way he carries himself is inspiring.
Khaligraph Jones- He really knows ho to deal with different situations.
Nadia Mukami- Tried reaching out to her in vain severally. Hope some day she recognizes.
Krg The Don- He is so real.
Patrick Igunza- Guy show you that trusting in your art might take you places at your pace.
Iamatieno- I just love the fact that she always speaks Ukweli.
Willis Raburu- I love that he is being himself and working hard everyday to make himself better.
On Thursday, both elected and nominated Senators converged at the Senate Chambers to take Oath of office.
The list featured both experienced and first-time politicians who secured political seats after the August 9, General Election.
Nominated Senator Karen Nyamu, Busia Senator Okiya Omtata, Elgeyo Marakwt Senator Kipchummba Murkomen, Narok Senator Ledama OleKina, and Nominated Senator Veronica Maina, were among the 67 Senators who took the oath of office today.
Nyamu and Maina are among officials and party loyalties who secured nominations slots to the Senate.
Nyamu features on the list of women who have been nominated to the Senate under the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Upon taking office, senators-elect must swear or affirm that they will "support and defend the Constitution."
The president of the Senate or a surrogate administers the oath to newly elected or re-elected senators.
The oath is required by the Constitution; the wording is prescribed by law.