Saumu Mbuvi details how ex-bae Lamu senator ridiculed her for being bi-polar

Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko’s daughter Saumu Mbuvi has opened up about being diagnosed with Bi-polar and how she manages the mood changing condition.

Speaking to vlogger Sharon Mwangi, Saumu said,

“I actually did not know that I was Bi-polar. I had a breakdown and I had to be taken to hospital and that is when I was diagnosed.  That was 8 years ago.”

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She added,

“I was completely sick, i guess I had a trigger. I did not know i had bi-polar for a long time. The minute I had a trigger, that completely broke me down. I would be rushed to the hospital. That is when i was diagnosed.”

Saumu explains how she is managing the diagnosis.

“I did a self discovery journey and i went to therapy. I cannot use certain drugs like weed also i had to set boundaries against people who stress me. I cut off people and relationships, now I’m at a good place.”

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Saumu highlighted how her recent ex Lamu senator Anwar Loitiptip was a huge trigger.

“For me relationships have not been working out because of the type of partners I have been choosing. I have been going for narcissists who have been dragging me down. They are the worst people to deal with if you have bi-polar.”

She added,

“Like my previous relationship I would wound up in hospital after every two months. I was having hypo mania episodes, i was not okay and this person would drag me down.”

Saumu said that when she had hypo mania she would be hyperactive and could not sleep for four days.

“For me when i breakdown i start reading the Bible like the whole day. I get super spiritual.”

She narrated how her ex would ridicule her when she was not feeling well.

“In my past relationship, anytime I would breakdown, the person would call me crazy and that I’m mad and those things would really hurt me. This is something that I never wished for. I have learned to manage and live with it. It has not stopped me from being my best.”

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