Narok Governor Samuel ole Tunai, one of his faultfinders, told the legislator to his face in February to “first discover a spouse before reprimanding the national and region governments.”
His status was additionally a wellspring of worry to Ms Mary Temas, his mom, who is in her 80s. This was apparent when the Nation as of late went by their family’s home in Mogondo, Emurua Dikirr, Narok County.
“I want my son to marry so that he can give me the pleasure of grandchildren,” she stated.
“My son, please marry, I want grandchildren. Or do you want to give me grandchildren when I am too old and can see no more?” she said, adding that it was her wish for the home to be filled with “happy, noisy and active grandchildren.”
In a phone meeting with the Country, Mr Ng’eno said he was playful about the issue and was anticipating spending whatever remains of his existence with the affection for his life.