Intimate Photos of Gladsy Boss Sholei Go Viral days after she broke up with hubby

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BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,24TH JAN 2020-Intimate photos of Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Boss Shollei  have been doing round on Social media  for the better part of  Friday, January 24, 2020.This is just a few days after she broke up with her long time husband Sam Sholei .

The former judiciary chief registrar could be seen embracing and holding hands with a man of caucasian descent, leading people to think that the duo was in a relationship.

This stirred an online debate, especially since she had divorced Sam Shollei earlier that month.

Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Shollei pictured with a close friend
Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Shollei pictured with a close friend

Members of the public and leaders alike exchanged views and opinion differently even as the photos trended . While others congratulated the former judiciary chief registrar, others ridiculed her, and a few were sceptical of neither criticism nor praise.

“Congratulations my sister, Gladys Boss. They move on, we move on. They get engaged, we get engaged,” Millie posted, referencing to Gladys’ ex-husband who got engaged two days after the court officially ended their marriage.

A section of Kenyans who had followed the Shollei’s divorce case alleged that the two were in separate relationships long before the official court ruling, prompting them to go public after the court pronounced them legally separated.

Since the woman rep did not address the now-viral photos, it is unclear whether the man in the images is in a relationship with her.

Her former husband, Sam, turned a new leaf after he married Faith Ronoh who hails from Chepkorio, Elgeyo Marakwet  according to reliable new sources.

The two were engaged in a traditional ceremony, Koito, that was held on Friday, January 10, 2020.

Gladys and her ex-husband officially  split on January 8 at Milimani Commercial Courts where Chief Magistrate PN Gesora, who authorized the divorce, describing the marriage as ‘irretrievably broken down’ as he annulled it on ‘grounds of cruelty’.

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