Wambui Kamiru Biography, Wiki
Wambui Kamiru Collymore was born and raised in Kenya, she is the Founder of The Art Space and has been developing artwork around the independent commercial in Africa theme.
The Art Space is a commercial art gallery based in Kenya, into online space with regular pop-ups in popular and sometimes unusual spaces around Nairobi. The company features art for sale from new and established artists.
Wambui Kamiru Education
Wambui Kamiru born as Wambui Wamae Kamiru attended Loreto Convent Msongari High school.
Wambui Kamiru Ex-Husband
In 2007, Wambui Wamae Kamiru was initially married to Joseph Kinyua. They were blessed with two children, twin girls.
Wambui abandoned her husband and their twins for the wealthy Safaricom CEO then filed for divorce accusing her husband of domestic violence through her veteran family lawyer Judy Thongori.
Wambui Kamiru & Bob Collymore
In July 2011, during a fundraiser for survivors of the Loreto Convent Msongari school bus crash, Wambui was part of the event in her capacity as an alumnus and Bob Collymore was present representing Safaricom Foundation in the fundraising.
Joseph Kinyua also filed another divorce case accusing her of infidelity. Bob Collymore was the respondent in the divorce case, through his lawyer he claimed that he met Wambui when she was divorced.
The proceedings of the divorce case were never publicized by the mainstream media for fear of losing the billions of shillings they get from Safaricom’s advertising appetite.
Wambui Kamiru & Bob Collymore Wedding
The two had dated for three years. On Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 their flashy wedding ceremony held at Kitisuru.saw top corporate CEOs in attendance.
Wambui took custody of the two lovely twin daughters and Bob Collymore is usually seen happily playing with them in Village Market and other entertainment joints.
Wambui Kamiru Infidelity Accusations
Wambuis ex-husband suspected that she was seeing Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore because he spoilt her with luxuries and even bought her a Toyota Lexus as a gift.
Bob Collymore Death & Cause
Collymore has been the head of East and Central?s Telco Service provider since he took over from Michael Joseph in 2010, November.
Recently, his condition worsened and succumbed to cancer at his home on Monday in the early hours.
In October 2017, the Guyanese-born British citizen took a medical leave to fight cancer.
Wambui Kamiru Thanks the Public for the Support she received while mourning her Spouse Death
On Wednesday, July 3rd, Wambui wrote on Twitter: I am overwhelmed by all the love and beautiful messages I have been receiving from you all here.
She added: It is a true testament to the character of the special man I was lucky to love.
I cant respond to all your messages but know that I have read and received your warmth. Thank you.
I am overwhelmed by all the love and beautiful messages I have been receiving from you all here. It is a true testament to the character of the special man I was lucky to love. I can’t respond to all your messages but know that I have read and received your warmth. Thank you.14.5K3:27 PM – Jul 3, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy3,424 people are talking about this
Wambui Kamiru Career
Wambui Kamiru was part of a group show Forecast named Tree that brought her together with Jackie Karuti and Gor Soudan at the Goethe Institute Nairobi (2015).
In 2013, Wambui held an experiential installation on Panafricanism, Harambee63? at Kuona Trust, Nairobi, where her studio was based. It was also shown at the University of Wits in South Africa in 2014 and at the Kenya National Museum in 2015.
Outreach projects that Wambui has been involved in include the Pumwani Art Project: A Beautiful Delivery which brought contemporary art to the hospital walls of East Africas largest maternity hospital.
Wambui Kamiru Current Projects
Wambui is currently working with another artist, Xavier Verhoest on a national public art project installation, Who I Am, Who We Are about the Kenyan identity and ideas of nationalism, present, and future.
Who I Am, Who We Are is a project about the idea of nationhood and how this is embodied through the Kenyan sense of identity and everyday interactions. It is a concept animated by the notion that today’s world reflects a reality both multiple and unique. Nowhere is this idea truer than here, in Kenya, at 50. The project has traveled through Nairobi, to Kisumu, Lamu, Nyeri, and Isiolo.