Esther Passaris couldn’t hold back her tears after being declared Women Representative of Nairobi County. Esther, who was vying under the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance ticket, was competing with Millicent Omanga of the United Democratic Movement.
Passaris broke into tears as she received the certificate from the Couty Returning Officer Albert Gogo and dedicated her big win to her late father, Eleftherios Passaris.
She tearfully said, “As I dedicate myself to serving this great county of Nairobi, I want to dedicate this win to my father, who passed away in January. He is not there to see me win.”
Esther Passaris continued to say that she would do everything that her late father taught her when he was still alive. Passaris declared that she would serve the people of Nairobi with integrity, compassion, and the spirit of God in everything she did.
“I want to say, daddy, as I dedicate this win to you, I will do everything you taught me to serve with integrity, compassion, and the spirit of God in everything I do. I will do all that in your honor for the great people of the county of Nairobi,” Passaris added.
Esther Passaris’s dad passed away in January this year at 79. He was a naval architect who is from Greek. As per Passaris, her dad was a great disciplinarian who raised her with her other three sisters and one brother.
Esther seems to have had a great bond with her dad, and we all wish her well. May her lovely father continue resting in peace.
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