Youngest Lamu Senator Anuwar Loitiptip has gifted his mother a palatial home.
Mr Loitiptip has been constructing the mansion since December last year and after its completion she handed it over to his beloved mother Umi Mohamed Heri.
Loitiptip the youngest senator in the country aged 34 said the love for his mum like any other child to mother is immense, immeasurable and endless.
“We can’t pay our parents and especially our mothers for what they did to us. Nothing can be compared to mother’s unconditionally love,” said the smiling youthful Lamu Senator.
[The swimming pool. Photo/Ahmed Omar].
Loitiptip is part of the 12 member Senate committee interrogating the revenue sharing formula.
He is also the Devolution and intergovernmental relations Senator Committee Vice-Chairperson.
The fearless young politician has been Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha strong critic.
The mansion fully fitted with remotely controlled main gate, CCTV cameras, outside resting garden, a swimming pool among other unique eye catching sites and surroundings is located at Mpeketoni in Lamu County.
Loitiptip’s mum, a renowned ambulance driver in the county shade tears while receiving the unique gift from her son.
She emotionally thanked her son as the mother and son embraced each other in a special way.
“My mum was not aware that I was preparing a big and unique surprise for her no wonder tears freely rolled down her cheeks,” said the jovial Loitiptip.
[Umi Mohammed Heri (Left) with his beloved son and Lamu Senator Anuwar Loitiptip. Photo/Ahmed Omar].
He has also appealed to his peers to value their parents more than anything else in their life time.
The politician reminded his fellow youth that parents are gold and a treasure that need to be valued, cherished, taken care of and loved.