MP Surprises Wife With Luxurious Car & Romantic Poem [PHOTOS]

  • Jubilee nominated MP David Ole Sankok on Friday, September 27, showered praises on his wife, Hellen Seyianoi Sankok.

    On his social media pages, the MP expressed admiration for his spouse, noting that she had stood by him through bad and good times.

    "My love; You left your father's stone house, you left two Datsun cars in your father's compound, you left your father's Chevrolet car, you left a Toyota lorry in your father's compound, you left three tractors in your father's compound and followed a poor disabled boy to my homestead with an axe and njora (machete) as the biggest machines," he wrote.

    Jubilee MP David Ole Sankok and wife embrace as he presents brand new gift to him

    Further, he presented his wife with a car, remembering of times that he took her to Uhuru Park with only Ksh 5.

    "I can re-write the story again today as I present you this special gift of a car, I can remember that day we enjoyed our time at Uhuru Park. Money, I had none except the Ksh 5 in my pocket, which was only enough to buy two ice creams.

    "I can remember we had not taken lunch that day, not because we were not hungry, but because my pockets were empty," he added.

    Sankok affirmed his undying love for her, noting that although there was a big difference in monetary value, his love for her had not changed.

    "The special ice cream of our youth and this gift of a car are the same. Just like the ice cream, it is a special gift down from a loving heart. The price of a gift doesn't matter, what matters is the love attached to it," he expressed.

    The MP further commended his wife for choosing him even though he was living with a disability.

    "I'm thinking of a sweet beautiful angel who was never ashamed of my broken legs, my beautiful innocent angel who saw ability beyond my disability> I'm thinking of my princess who saw me and got a reflection of a prince in her eyes," he noted.

    Jubilee MP David Ole Sankok and wife Hellen Seyianoi Sankok at Uhuru Park